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Green Years 2000 

WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 

200 Nahatan Street 
Westwood, Massachusetts 02090 



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2000 Green Years Editors 

Lavinia Weizel, Alexis Zeiden, Kate Casolaro, Susie Michelson 
Contributing Staff 

Anna Cochrane, Aubry Cochrane, Chris Kim, Katie MacDonald, Nic Goebeler, Sean Lancey, Jen Barger, 
Toyin Saheed, Velvet Richardson, Abby Fine, Lindsey Hall, Katie Lake, Aamina Akram, Chris Coy, Leslie 
Harvey, Stephanie Sweeney, Lauren Perkins, Nina Lowy, Parsia Koleini, Cara Reich, Julie Mortelliti, 
Abby Killelea, Amy Killelea, Liz Gallagher, Mark Griffin, Kristen Karafotias,Maia Sharuk, John Lynch, 
and Brett Boshco, Christine Mooney, Dan Aprea. 

Faculty Advisor: Marie Plunkett 



2000 Yearbook Dedication 

James J. Pender 




Success is something that is hard to come by. It is found in 
many forms, but perhaps the most potent type is self-fulfillment: 
the knowledge that you have worked as hard as you could, and 
that you have made your life and the lives of others better by your 
accomplishments. When asked to name a teacher that encom- 
passes this quality, as well as qualities of integrity, hard work, 
perseverance and character, one teacher comes immediately to 
mind. 

This teacher dedicated his life to making Westwood High School a 
better place. He filled the halls with his smiling face, from the 
crack of dawn, well into the night, for 43 long years. He started 
out as a math and English teacher duhng the school's first year in 
this building. 1957. He saw the building through two additions. 
During his years of service, he worked as a teacher, math 
department head, a coach of basketball, advisor of the math 
team, manager of athletics. Driver's Ed teacher, Northeastern 
University Advisor, and Assistant Principle. 
After 43 long years of work and dedication, he retired this year. 
Yet despite his many accomplishments, his absence from 
Westwood High School is mostly felt by the thousands of students 
and teachers he has taught and affected. He touched the lives of 
many people, as a teacher, as a coach, and as a friend. He is 
perhaps one of the most well known members of the WHS faculty. 
Anyone who's gone to Westwood High has probably wondered 
whether or not this teacher - went home at night. We began to 
suspect that he actually lived at school! 
Every morning, his cheery voice greeted the school over the 
loud speaker, and his reading of announcements is a fond 
memory for many students. This teacher rarely missed a school 
performance, sporting event or ceremony. His dedication to 
Westwood High is unquestionable, and although he retired this 
January, it is our honor to present Mr. James J. Pender with the 
Green Years 2000 Yearbook. 




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Principal's Message 

As your tenure as a student at Westwood High School comes to an end, I must express my 
sincere thanks and gratitude for all of you have contributed to our school. When you arrived as 
apprehensive freshmen, it was evident that we truly welcomed a unique and talented group of 
students. You were committed to high levels of achievement not only in the classroom but also 
In athletics, music, performing arts, and school government. However, most importantly you set 
high standards, supported each other, and shared your talents with your community. 

Best wishes for the utmost success and happiness as you enter a new and exciting phase 
of your lives. Wherever your mission in life takes you, don't forget your roots at Westwood High 
School and those that have supported and helped you through your school years. My thanks for 
permitting me to share these four years with all of you. Please keep in touch and become active 
alumni. 



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Since^it first meeting in the auditorium freshman 
yea//lhe guidance department has proven again 
and again how truly important it is to each and 
ever\' student at Westwood High. FrorA* freshman year 
onward students have sought the support of their guid- 
anc^ounselors in personal, academic, and extracur- 
|areas. When we were each presented with that 
fy-colored, two-pocket folder in the middle of 
iryear and the great college process began, the true 
of the guidance department became once again 
appallfent. From that initial list of colleges, to recom- 
mendations, and even stamps, we each survived the 
collie process due to the ceaseless support of our 
gui^nce counselors. The class of 2000 is forever in- 
debted to our wonderful guidance department including 
Ms Carol Armstrong, Ms. Mary Levangie, new addition 
MEt Thomas O'Connor, and Guidance secretary Mrs. 
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The class of 2000 would like to thank the front 
office staff for all its help! Whether we needed a 
dismissal pass, forgot our lunch, or arrived late to 
school, a trip to the front office was always a pleasant 
one. Mrs. Judy Dick made certain we got our messages 
and handled the frenzy of activities with ease. Mrs. 
Dormha Gonzer, new this year, adjusted quite well to 
the hectic pace of the day. And finally, we will never 
forget Ms. Mary Buchanan, our former front office 
secretary, who left us this year. We will Miss her and 
will always remember her fondly. The <|ass of 2000 
thanks these dedicated people who ha vdH^ the school 
running smoothly. 



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Mrs. Carol 
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The Science Department, under the leadership of 
Dr. John Griffin, continues to offer some of the 
most fascinating courses at Westwood High 
School. With a wide variety of Advanced Placement 
courses and challenging electives most students have 
taken 5 to 6 science courses during their high school 
careers. Since most science courses meet eleven times 
per cycle students de'sselop close relationships with 
their hard-working science teachers. We will not soon 
forget Mr. Burke's trips to Lyman's Pond, Mr. Grover's 
patience and humor, Ms. Plunkett's "never a dull mo- 
ment" classes, or Mrs. Staiti's riveting lectures. We 
thank these, and all our science teachers, for their con- 
tinuing commitment to developing inquisitive and 
thoughtful young scientists and thinkers. 




A. Which teacher drove a brake- 
less car through the com fields of 
Indiana? 

B. Which teacher scored in the 
ninety-seventh percentile on the 
Massachusetts State Police Exami- 
nation? 

C. Which teacher ran the Boston 
Marathon twice? 





Dr. John Griffin 

Dept. Chair 




Mr. Kevin Burke 




Mr. Christopher 

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Mrs. Linda Hanlon 





Mrs. Gail Hayes 



Mrs. Stephanie Kelsch 





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Boasting some of the most difficult courses at 
Westwood High School, the English departrirtent 
teaches students to read and analyze, develop a 
clear, concise writing st^de, and apply the rules of the 
English language to eve^ area of study. The grammar 
and Great Expectations of the ninth grade have pro- 
vided a strong base for the even more challenging 
curricula of grades ten, eleven, and twelve, including 
everything from Dorian Gray to Form-Content-Pur- 
pose essays, and Macbeth. Because of the careful and 
thorough instruction of our English teachers, we have 
become lifelong readers and thinkers. The Class of 2000 
is truly grateful for all their hard work and undying 
support throughout our high school years. 




Social S/ucfies 




Since freshman year the class of 2000 has taken 
many incredible journeys with the social studies 
department. From the ancient civilizations of fresh- 
man year to the wide expanse of European history, to 
the United States Constitution and beyond, as we have 
progressed through sophomore, junior, and senior years 
a wide variety of social studies courses have been 
offered. The teachers of the social studies department 
have taught us to question and analyze the world; they 
have challenged us and expected no less that our best 
work. Mr. Brown, with his well-loved study guides 
leads the department as chairperson. Mr. Dillon and his 
"soap-box", Mr. Dore's energetic lectures, Mrs. Walsh- 
Saumsiegle's personal analogies and Ms. Park's fast- 
paced psychology classes all will be fondly remem- 
bered by the class of 2000. We thank you. 






Mr. Thomas Brown 
Dept. Chair 



Mr. Brendan Dillon 






Mr. David Dore 



Ms. Allison Hunter 





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ment and its teachers will be for\dly remembered 
by the class of 2000. What makes the math de- 
partment so unique is each teacher's personal twist. It is 
hard to forget Doc Bakers "tick, tick, tock, tock," Mr. 
Hargreaves' index of math jokes, and Mr. Kodzis' end- 
less enthusiasm and friendliness. The math depart- 
ment has also welcomed several new additions, includ- 
ing Mrs. Christine Relleva, Mr. Brian Baylor, Mr. Michael 
Mao, and Ms. Tracy Sonneman. This year the math 
department also bid a fond farewell to its long-time 
chair, James Pender. After 43 years in Westwood, Mr. 
Pender will be missed by all of us. It has been a busy 
year, full of dianges in the math department, and the 
class of 2000 thanks the hardworking and dedicated 
teachers who have made this department outstanding. 





A. Which teacher baby-sal for 
the New Kids on the Block? 

B. Which teacher got yelled at 
for talking to loud during an 
Ani concert in his frat house? 



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Chaired by Ms. HoUis Perry, the Westwood High 
School World Languages department offers 
courses in French, Spanish, and Latin. These 
courses provide students with opportunities to not 
only learn how to speak, read, and write a foreign 
language, but also to better understand the cultures of 
the peoples who speak these languages. World Lan- 
guage teachers strive to impart their love of language 
and culture to their students in hopes that students will 
one day feel comfortable applying their language skills 
in real world situations. 



Mrs. Mollis Perry 
Dept. Chair 



Mr. William Ducheneau 







Ms. Victoria Gardos 




Mrs. Linda Lannon 



Mrs. Diane Rice 




Mr. James Strancel 



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Wpi^ood High School's media center has un 
dergone many exciting changes over the past 
year. Beginning with a computerized book 
check oat system, and many on-Hne rissearch sources 
the media center is rapidly moving into the twenty-first 
century. The best new addition to the media center has 
been jpie new laptop lab. Many teachers have utilized 
this laptop lab to offer multimedia learning experiences 
to tl^ir classes. Ms. Lisa Hargis came on board this year 
as om technical expert, and her knowledge and experi- 
ence^ive enabled us to benefit fullv from our new 
resoferces. Offering everything from Internet access to 
jusA quiet place to study, the media center has been a 
valuable resource for every student. 






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The Visual and Performing Arts Department of 
Westwood High School allows students to enjoy 
a variety of classes ranging from acting to ceram- 
ics. Mr. Giurleo and Ms. Wills lead an enthusiastic 
music and theater program. Every year the Performing 
Arts Department puts on two major shows, and the 
students from band, chorus, jazz band, and jazz choir 
perform in two impressive concerts. In addition Ms. 
Kaiser and Mrs. DesPres run a successful as well as 
challenging art program. Their atr and ceramics stu- 
dents create projects and display them all year long. 
Thanks to the dedication of our performing and visual 
arts teachers, the students of Westvvc)od High School 
have learned valuable lessons and had experiences that 
they will remember with pride<for the reflv their lives. 



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Fbr some students Westwood High School's Busi 
ness and Technology Department is one of the 
most important specialized areas of education in 
the school. This department provides students with 
skills that can be used in the business and industrial 
worlds. Computer Applications, Accounting, Prin- 
ciples of Law and the Justice System are among some of 
the courses offered in the business department. The 
Industrial Arts Department, directed by O^rles 
Kacamburas, offers classes in wood-working, architec- 
tural design and graphic arts. These courses have 
provided numerous valuable life skills for many stu- 
dents at Westwood High. 



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Wellness and Athletics represent an important 
part in the total education program of 
Westwood High School. The wellness and 
athletic activities in which students participate are de- 
termined by the season, student choice, and the health 
portion of the curriculum. Both wellness and athletics 
play a role in the social, mental, physical, and emotional 
development of the students, as well as providing im- 
portant leadership and sportsmanship opportunities. 





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eaded by Dr. Robert Fanning the SpeciaFSer 
vices Department has always provided sup 
.port for studente. Teachers in the Learning 
Center give individual attention to each student, con- 
tributing to many students' academic success. Also 
included under Special Services are school nurse, Karen 
Poreda, and school psychologist, Kristen Corcoran. 
Both have worked to provide a healthy environment for 
all students. The wonderful staff from the Special 
Services Department has helped to provide a comfort- 
able and encompassing high school experience for ev- 
ery student at Westwood High. 




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TAKIYA ANTHONY 

SARAH ARI'INO 

ANDREW AZEREDO 

JAIMFi; HAKEK 

BRIDGET BhltlllNOK 

LESLIE BORNSTEIN 

DEVERNA BRAXTON 

ELIZABETH BRIAN D 



JOSEPH BRODERICK 

ANDREW BURKE 

LAURA CAHILL 

ERIN CALDWELL 

ASHLEY CANDELLA 

JENNIFER CHACE 

JULIE CHACE 

JOSEPH CHIURRI 



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STEVEN CIANCIARULO 

JOHN CLIFFORD 

MARISA COCHRANE 

DOUGLAS COLLINS 

IAN COX 

KELLY CRISS 

WILLIAM CROWLEY 



KAITLIN CURRAN 

ANDREW DALEY 

WILLIAM DALEY 

CHRISTOPHER DAVIDSON 

LUCIAN DENNIS 

ANDREW DIETZEL 

ELIZABETH DISTASIO 

MICHELLE DONABED 



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CAROLINE DONAHUE 
DAVID DUFF 
DAVID DUZAN 
JEANINE ELLIS 
MARK EOSCO 
DANIEL FARREI.I. 
KELLY FARRELL 
LINDSAY FINN 



BRIAN FOLSOM 
LAURA ERASER 
KIMBERLY FRAZEL 
TIMOTHY GAFFNEY 
OWEN GALLAGHER 
JACQUELINE GALVIN 
ALEX GERSON 



JENNIFER GILLIS 
JOSHUA GIUDICI 
KATE GOLD 
COURTNEY GOODIE 
LAUREN GREENBERG 
MELISSA HAMBELTON 
COLLEEN HANLON-SMITH 
JOSEPH HARNEY 
JAMIE HARRINGTON 



ALENA HARRISON 
JOHN HARRISON 
JEANNE HAYES 
BRIAN HENES 
WASEEM HERAIKI 
CAROLINE HOLCOMB 
PHILIP HOLDEN 
TIMOTHY HOLDEN 



ELIZABETH HORVITZ 
CARLY HOWARD 
LAURA JACOBS 
CHRISTOPHER JORDAN 
CHRISTINE KECHES 
ANDREW KEEFE 
ANDREW KEEFE 
MICHAEL KELLNER 



SEAN KEOHANE 
OLGA KESKINIDIS 
MICHAEL KINNEY 
KRISTEN KJELLMAN 
LAURIE LADOUCEUR 
DANIELLE LAHAM 
RYAN LAUGHNA 
JOSHUA LENNON 



MEREDITH LEVER 
RYAN LONCVAL 
ERICA LOWY 
BRITTANY MACDONALD 
LAUREN MACGILLIVRAY 
ELIZABETH MACKENZIE 
BRIAN MARTELL 
JOSEPH MASTAJ 



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JAMES MCCARTNEY 

JULIANNE MCDONOUGH 

KAITLIN MCGILLVRAY 

CHRISTIAN MCGOWAN 

RORY MCKERNAN 

JAMES MCNEIL 

HUGH MELLOR 

AMIR MERHEB 



LAURA MICHELSON 

JUAN MICOURT 

NICOLE MOIN 

SAAD MUMR 

JENNIFER MURPHY 

CAITLIN MURRAY 

CHRISTINE NARCISO 

JILLIAN NAYMIE 



MADELINE NOONAN 

LISA NOVOSON 

JESSIE O'CONNOR 

JASON O'NEILL 

ZOLTAN PALLAl 

SAMANTHA PARIS 

JOHN PARK 

VANISHA PATEL 



SAMUEL PENDERGAST 

GINA PERKINS 

ANTHONY PIZ/ANO 

LINDSAY POPE 

HEATHER I'OREDA 

SARAH RAEKE 

DAVID REES 

JILLIAN REGAN 




TIANA RICKEK 
KATHRYN ROHKER 
CATHERINE ROSSI 
LISA RUBY 
WARREN RUCHIE 
CAROLINE SANTILLI 
KERRI SCALES 
LAURA SCHREDNI 
STEPHEN SCHREIBER 



ANDREA SCHROEDER 
VANESSA SCHWEDE 
MARIA SEERY 
DEENA SHARUK 
PAULA SHEEHAN 
MATTHEW SIMS 
STEPHEN SMALL 
BENJAMIN SMITH 



JILLIAN SMITH 
MICHAEL SPRINGER 
ERIKA STAAF 
STEVEN STAITI 
COLLEEN SULLIVAN 
COREY SULLIVAN 
JENNIFER SWEENEY 
LAUREN TAPSELL 



CHRISTOPHER TEEHAN 
DEBRA VANARIA 
TRISTAN VILLANI 
EMILY VOGEL 
VICCO VONBULOW 
CAROLINE WILSON 
ASHLEY WIRTH 
JEREMY WOLFE 



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JULIE BARRAVECCHIO 

BENJAMIN BURKE 

HOLLY CARPENTER 

ROBERT CLOHERTY 

NICHOLAS FLANAGAN 

RICHARD FLYNNE 

MICHAEL GENS 

lANNA GOOD 

THOMAS HANSJON 

CRYSTAL MURPHY 

LINDSEY SPIEGEL 

WILLEM SWAN 




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Sophomores 




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SAMANTHA BYER 

BENJAMIN BYNUM 

LESLIE CAIN 

JONTUE CAMPBELL 

PETER CARLSEN 

IVAN CARRASCO 

CHRISTOPHER CARTER 

SUZANNE CARUSO 



NICHOLAS CHAHINE 

RACHEL CHAHINE 

ELIZABETH CLABBY 

JENNIFER CLOSE 

ANN CORBETT 

CAROLYN CORDEIRO 

TANYA CROSBY 

JOSEPH CULLINANE 




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AUSTIN CURRAN 
ELIZABETH GUSHING 
MIGHAEL D'ALEO 
EMILY DAVIE 
SEAN DELAY 
AMY DELUGA 
DANIEL DEPAROLESA 
GARA DEVINS 



KAREN DINEEN 
TERRY DONAHUE 
SHEETAL DOSHI 
MATTHEW DREW 
GHERYL ESSELEN 
JESSICA FAHEY 
GREGORY FEINBERG 

CHRISTOPHER FERRANTINO 



BRIAN FIERIMONTE 
KELLY FINN 

DANIELLE FITZPATRIGK 
ALICIA FOLEY 
HEATHER FORD 
CHRISTINE FRANCHI 
EMILY FROST 
LEANNE GOTTSCHALK 
AUDREY GRACE 



SHARONDA GRAY 
KIMBERLEE GREEN 
TIMOTHY GRIM 
ELIZABETH GUTTERSON 
SIMON HERAIKI 
SERENA HON 
JESSICA HORVITZ 
ANDRE HUGHES 



KATHRYN JOYCE 
CARL KENNEY 
FREDERICK KEYO 
AARON KOLODNY 
KARA KOURI 
STEPHEN KOURI 
JOHN LAKE 
JAMES LANE 



ANICA LAW 
HEE LEE 
STEPHEN LEWIS 
BRIAN LIEBROCK 
BRIAN MACDONALD 
KERRI MADIGAN 
KATHRYN MALONEY 
JAMES MALOOF 



MARC MANSOUR 
ELIOTT MARSON 
JENNIFER MASCIA 
ELLEN MCCARTHY 
LAUREN MCCARTHY 
DANIEL MCCUSKER 
JOHN MCDONOUGH 
KELLY MCDONOUGH 



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CAITLIN MCELROY 

HERSON MCGARRITY 

DANIELE MENARD 

BRENDAN MORGAN 

DAVID MORRISON 

SHELBY MUDARRI 

BRAD MURRAY 

SEBASTIAN NAPOLITANO 



MICHAEL NARCISO 

SETH NOVOSON 

JUSTIN OBEY 

DEREK O'BRIEN 

JESSICA OSENTON 

MICHAEL OTOOLE 

ADAM PACKER 

CLAUDIA PARENT 



RICHARD PARKER 

ELIZABETH PIERSONS 

STEPHEN PILALAS 

NICOLE PIRELLO 

CHRISTINA PURPURA 

JENNIFER RAHWAN 

JOHNATHAN RAMSDELL 

THOMAS REECE 



KERRIAN REID 

MARK REILLY 

KATHERINE RILEY 

ALLISON ROSE 

CHRISTINE RYAN 

SAMANTHA SAGUI 

ANDREW SALTER 

REBECCA SARGENT 



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KRISTIN SCOBLE 
KAREN SEERY 
GREGORY SHAPLAND 
JOHN SHARRY 
LAUREN SHEEHY 
KATHERINE 
SHINOPOULOS 
JONATHAN STOKER 
ALEXANDRA SWEENEY 



CHRISTOPHER TAVARES 
LESLIE TERP 
KATELYN TESTA 
DAVID TRACEY 
MICHAEL VISCONTI 
KENNETH WAN 
JOSHUA WEINSTEIN 
MELISSA WHITE 




Camera Shy 

GILLIAN ANDERSON 

SALVATORE AURITE-MUSTO 

ANDRES AVELLAN 

RAGHIDA AWDE 

CHRISTINA BALDASSARI 

KEITH BISCEGLIA 

IAN BROWN 

CRISTIAN DISCIULLO 

HENRY FERNANDEZ 

JOHN GOBBI 

PETER KARAFOTIAS 

LILY LIPMAN 

ADAM MUNROE 

MARK NARCISO 

DANIEL NASMAN 

ANDREW ORPHANOS 

MEGAN REES 

MICHAEL ROSE 

JUSTIN SAMROUT 

KAREN SCHREDNI 

MICHAEL SPINNATO 

CRYSTAL STEEVES 

JAMES WARD 

CARLY WINER 



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URSULA ALLEN 

DANIEL APREA 

BENNETT BALDWIN 

JENNIFER BARNER 

PAUL BARNER 

ERIN BEECHINOR 

DAVID BEESLEY 

ADAM BERNAZZANI 

BRETT BOSHCO 



EOGHAN BRENNAN 

DAVID BROOKS 

CHRISTOPHER BURKE 

JEFFREY BYNUM 

KIMBERLY CARLSON 

MICHELLE CARUSO 

CONOR CASHMAN 

ARIELLE CECALA 



ALEXANDER CLOHERTY 

IAN CONNELLY 

MATTHEW COSGROVE 

WILLIAM COSTANZA 

DIANE CUMMINGS 

ADAM DAVID 

JONATHAN DAVIDSON 

THOMAS DICENSO 



STEVEN DISARRO 

MARGARET DISTASIO 

BRIAN DOHERTY 

BILLIE DOWD 

KAYLAN DOYLE 

ELLEN ELLIOTT 

JOANNA ENG 

JAMES FAHEY 




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RACHEL FAIRNENY 
MELANIE FISHER 
MARY FITZGERALD 
SARAH FOLSOM 
JOHN FRANCHI 
CATHERINE FRIEMAN 
ELIZABETH GALE 
KATHERINE 
GOODFELLOW 



JENNIFER HANNON 
MARK HARRISON 
BETH HEANEY 
EILEEN HENEBERRY 
MARGARITA HERMOSA 
ALLISON HESCH 
KATHRYN HOLBROOK 
DAVID JOHNSON 



MICHAEL JUROVATY 
JILL KAHLERT 
ISMAIL KAHRIM 
HALEH KAZEMI 
MEGHAN KEHOe 
CHRISTOPHER KELLY 
MORGAN KERCHNER 
ERIN KINNEY 



PARSIA KOLEINI 
SAMUELLE LACOMBE 
JASON LAMBERT 
KRISTIN LEDERHOS 
REBECCA LENNON 
VANNYE LIMA 
NINA LOWY 
ASHLEY LUONGO 



JOHN LYNCH 
MATTHEW MACDONALD 
JOHN MAIONE 
ADAM MAJID 
KAREN MARTELL 
KRISTEN MASCIA 
CHRISTOPHER MASTAJ 
MICHELLE 
MASTROBATTISTA 



LAUREN MAZZOLA 
KATHRYN MCCARRON 
JOANNE MCCARTHY 
CHRISTOPHER 
MCINTYRE 
RYAN MCKERNAN 
JOHN MCMAHON 
PATRICK MOORE 
JULIANNE MORTELLITI 



CHRISTOPHER MULLEN 
JONATHAN MURPHY 
CHRISTINE MURRAY 
JESSE MURRAY 
GINA OLIVER! 
KRISTYN OSGANIAN 
MELISSA PARK 
EVAN PARKER 



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BARBARA PAZ 

DAVID PENDERGAST 

LAUREN PERKINS 

NIKOLE PERKINS 

NICHOLAS PIRELLI 

LAUREN PLATE 

KAITLYN POWERS 

CARA REICH 

TERESA ROACH 



TARA SADOOGHI 

JOSEPH SANTILLI 

REBECCA SCHWARTZ 

TODD SCHWARTZ 

KIAN SETAYESH 

MAIA SHARUK 

DANIEL SMALL 

ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 



ALLISON URBANEK 

JESSICA VANARIA 

DANIELLE WASHIENKO 

JENNIFER WILLIAMS 

MALORIE WILLIAMS 

PETER ZOUMAR 



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KENNETH BIAGIONI 

PAUL BISCEGLIA 

KAITLYN CLIFFORD 

BRENNAIN DELANEY 

NINA DIBARTOLOMEO 

ROBERT DIMASCIO 

OLIVER DONNELLAN 

RYAN ELLIS 

PAUL GARAFFO 

MARTIN HANLON-SMITH 

JAMES HARRIS 

JEFFREY HOULE 

NICOLE JOHNSON 

PETER KELLNER 

SHEILA KELLY 

JEREMY LENZO 

MICHAEL LEVINSON 

MICHELLE LEW 



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DAVID MCDONOUGH 

ANNA MORLEY 

JAMES O'CONNOR 

KARA O'CONNOR 

DAVID PENN 

ANTHONY RISTAINO 

NICOLE SABATINO 

KALIM SALIBA 

RYAN SCALES 

MEREDITH SKIBINSKI 

ROBERT STEEVES 

REGINA STUKALOV 

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70 Forbes Rd 





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273 East St 




Brian Baldassari 

46 Palomino Ln 




Jennifer N Barger 

22 Westland Ave 



Andrea Barr 

41 Hampton Rd 



Mark J Barravecchio 

11 Lull St 



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32 Birch St 



Michael L Berube 

14 Sexton Ave 





Robyn L Burman 

81 Burgess Ave 



Cristen Butler 

129 Washington St 




Jennifer K Bohan 

60 Briar Ln 




James W Caruso 

57 Carrol! Ave 




Mathew Caruso 

181 Burgess AVe 



Katherine S. Casolaro 

28 Thompson Ave 



Joseph Cecala 

39 Deerfietd Ave 



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Gretchen Chambers 

135 Alder Rd 




Anna Cochrane 

406 Can ton St 




Teresa Chiariello 

57 Cobleigh St 




Aubrey Cochrane 

406 Canton St 





John J Cianciarulo 

50 Whitney Ave 




Megan Coffey 

390 Weatherhee Dr 




Christopher Corsi 

107 Sexton Ave 



Christopher M Coy 

95 Cedar Ln 



Cheryl Cullinane 

454 Oak St 



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Jonathan Dick 

284 Nahatan St 




Maya E El-Khouri 

67 Whitney Ave 





Deepti V Dronamraju 

39 Ridge Rd 




Timothy Farren 

346 Weatherbee Dr 





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Cory M Fazio 

364 East St 




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1 7 Westbrook Ln 



Joseph S Fierimonte 

101 Pond Plain Rd 



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20 Putting Dr 



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Colleen Glennon 

S' Ldich St 






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45 Stearns ST 




Nicolaus E Goebeler 

94 Oak St 




Frederick Getman 

1501 High St 




Julianne Goodfellow 

199 Fox Hill St 




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126 Blueberry Ln 



Brian M Greenberg 

20 Cobleigh St 



Mark J Griffin 

78 Margery Ln 



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Mark W Griffin 

134 Greenacre Rd 




Michael Harrison 

550 Pond St 





Aubrey L Guastalli 

20 Schaefer Ave 




Leslie A Harvey 

38 Pine Ln 





Cassidy Gutner 

53 Sterling Rd 




Amy Henes 

80 Carroll Ave 



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46 Sterling Rd 



Molly Howard 

265 Dover Rd 



Christopher L Jacobs 

74 Webster St 



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400 Nahatan St 




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23 Xorfolk Arc 




Alissa Jewell 

102 Greeimcre Rd 




Kristen N Karafotias 

32 RailRoad AVe 





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Courtney D Kenney 

53 Strasser AVe 




Noor-I-Sahr Khan 

90 Bay Colony Dr 



Abby Killelea 

240 Canton St 



Amy Killelea 

240 Canton St 



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Christopher Kim 

85 Gay St 




Sean Lancy 

45 Sryiith Dr 





Kathryn Ladouceur 

61 Glandore Rd 



Amy Lanning 

27 Wildwood Dr 






Katharine B Lake 

61 Canton Ter 




Krystal Law 

15 Forbes Rd 




Hee Kwi Lee 

1471 High ST 



Georgeanna Lent 

172 Tamarack Rd 



Jeffrey C Lin 

227 Forbes Rd 



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Gregory J Lovett 

135 Carroll Aue 




Paul Mancuso 

36 Woodridge Rd 





Andrew J Lucas 

171 Cedar Ln 




Mathew M anozzi 

97 Brook field Rd 





Katherine Macdonald 

58 French St 




Gregory A Marsh 

55 Webster St 




Elizabeth Mcdonough 

133 Hartford ST 



Michael J McGillvray 

84 Bonney St 



Sara McGowan 

205 Conant Rd 



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William McHugh 

16 Alpena Ave 




Susan E Michelson 

569 Hartford St 





Jennifer Mellor 

77 Blueberry Ln 




Alicia Molloy 

111 Greenhill Rd 





Daniyar R Menne 

1321 High St 




Christine B Mooney 

126 Fisher St 




Sean F Morgan 

54 Birch St 



Christopher Mudarri 

44 Meadowbrook Rd 



Stephen Mullen 

49 Porter St 



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19 West land Ave 




Valerie Nasman 

1.57 Church Si 





Michelle D Murphy 

71 Fearing Dr 



Ryan O'connor 

22 Kingfiwood Rd 






Edward W Nairn 

34 Ridgeu'ond Rd 




Kieran O'Leary 

1568 High St 




Kelly O'Reilly 

15 Alcoll Ln 



Abby Onderdonk 

28 Lynn Ter 



Trust D Opara 

145 Hartford St 



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Brian G Osganian 

138 Partridge Dr 




John T Primpas 

126 Partridge Dr 




Jeffrey T Piersons 

1 7 Delapa Cir 




David J Purpura 

18 Crystal Hill Ter 





Stephanie Praino 

85 Wagon Rd 




Devany L Rezendes 

68 Oriole Rd 




James D Ricciato 

295 Brugess Ave 



Velvet B Richardson 

25 Stratton St, Dorchester 



Lisabeth Rooney 

16 Brook field Rd 



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William N Ryan 

114 Tamarack Rd 




Toyin P Saheed 

6 St James Place, Roxhury 




Sara Sabokrooh 

70 Weatherbee Dr 




Jennifer Schwartz 

30 Perrv Dr 




Patrick O Sagui 

42 Smith Dr 




Rachel Sciaba 

180 Porter St 




Alison J Scoble 

27 Pine Ln 



James M Shaw 

13i) Phillips Brooks Rd 



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137 Margery Ln 



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70 Strafford Rd 




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51 Salisbury Rd 




Elizabeth A Stoker 

101 Fieldstone Rd 




Jessica Turk 

51 Salisbury Rd 







Lavinia Weizel 

221 Conant Rd 



Lindsey Welenteichick 

75 Washington St 



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136 Edgewood Rd 



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15 Cedar Hill Dr 



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All you touch and all youseeisall your life will ever be. Dick... 
Get out of here, Wlnatever makes you happy. Summer parties 
at my house. Junior Prom and the morning after Beach trip. 
Lonely winter weekends, TARZAN, Dedham Cinema and 
The Braintree Mall with Ev and Stevie, SampHng The Greens 
and Tapping the Rockies, The Peaks, Barren Lands, Ragers at 
Evan's, Bingers, Aruba with Evan, Florida with Steve, Rac- 
quetball with Lovett, Pink Floyd, Playing Guitar, Katie 
Ladouceur, Ev, Steve, Tim, Joey, James, Mudarri, Jacobs, 
Track 2,3,4... 



"I knew that one day I would look back on my tears and laugh , 
but I never thought that I would look back on my laughter and 
cry." Where Found:... Perks, CVS, Marche, lost on the road, in 
the Buggy... Memories:... Superwomen!, New Years '00,* 
Nantasket/Outlets w/Meredith, France, Skiing... into the 
woods!, Santa launchers. Bullfrog, NY escapades, Pakistan, 
"How do you get more uptown?". Haunted mini-putt... "What 
lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters 
compared to what lies within us." 



Joaquin Avellan 

Joaquin "Wakiim" Azk'Uan 



Manuel Avellan 
Manuel Avellan 




I must be the strangest kid in the grade next to of course my 
brother Manuel. "No no no no... ". Likes: Breakdancing, 
computers, jello, breakd-wait I said that already... Favorite 
People: The K~N Posse... Where Found: South of the Border 
at Taco Bell. 




"Rooar! Don't Worry About it... Klash... Fun, Energetic, Un 
derdog... Sayings: Rooar! Hi! Grr... Likes: The 3 F's: Food, 
Friends, Fun... Pet Peeves: Homework... Favorite People: Thi > 
K~N Posse!... Found: Taco Bell... Activities: Mock Trials, 
Chess, The Play... Memories: All my cool friends. Our Town, 
Breakdancing, Tlie Ratt Mobile, All the Taco Runs! CTF, SC , 
Senior Week?; Graduating (1 hope!), the K~N Posse! Havini; 
fun all these years! The Prom, Eating. Ok I am done, C Ya! Sta \ 
kew' (of course my green jacket!!) 



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Amy Baker 

Amy 




Looking for that special someone? SWF (Just kidding j) Likes: 
Captiva, long walks on the beach. Repeat 97, ENG/IRL, 
Vineyard, Calisthenics in Billerica, Baby Blue, Jazz Band, 
"Argue... a lot, and about anything!" Raw Power, Muffy, 
Subconscionex, Being Freud, Barbara Waiters, Zeus etc.. Leav- 
ing Leaves, Mitchell's, APES, Strokes... Pet Peeves: Dramatic 
eye-blinking... But most importantly I've learned that by 
chalking it up for good ol' WHS we can all find this lightness 
of being far less unbearable- 1 think it's fun! 



Brian Ross Baldassari 

Brian R. Baldassari 




Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names. Baldo, 
Baldy; Turbo, Booster, GD, Elian Gonzalez, Pipa Saratoga, 
Pipe it down, Jimmy Switch... Pet Peeves: WT, Stalker... 
Favorite People: MB, MC, TH, PH, MH, TK, CM, MM, BO, BR, 
JF, JC... Where Found: Resource, Home, Dart, Van... Hockey 
1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4... Memories: Golf rides. Llama, 
Spaulding, hockey bus. A?* Burgers, Street hockey, Cherokee 
Spirit Match, Large Marge, Morning practices, tournament 
games, Subaru, MV, Lake Placid, Cape Trip, 2 for $500, 
Thanks Mom and Dad. 



Jennifer Noel Barger 

Jenn Barger 



Andrea Barr 

Andrea 




'TTte woods are lovely, dark and deep, but i have promises to 
keep dnd miles to go before i sleep." ... Jenn, jenni... However 
people interpret me... Likes;pez, art, music, whatever keeps 
me entertained... Peeves: ignorance, arrogance, narrow 
nundedness... And chest hair... Fave peeps: the licola and 
norwood crews oh... And a few special people thrown in for 
the hell of it, you know who you are. .. Where found:any where 
you're not!... Art, band, soccer, unity, Italian club, french club, 
yearbook, dance... Being myself the whole way through. 



Don't cry because it's over, just smile because it happened... 
Favorite People: Ian, Molly, LT, ND, Oski, Jup, Bball Team... 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3... Memories: Are 
You On The Right Road? Check Your Mode!, 8-31-99, B4, 8th 
grade gym. Streak slide equal couch, Florida '98, Nantucket, 
New Years 99-00, Kiss Concert, the Field, Wheaton trips... 
Thank you for everything Mom, Dad, Erica and Peter. 1 love 
you. 



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Mark Barravecchio 

.Vf(7rA- Barrnvrcchio 




Mike Berube 

Mike "Bubha" Benibc 



Barravecs/Barravello, The 3D Kid, The Rock... Favorite Say- 
ings: What do you want from me? Does the Fun ever stop... 
Likes: Partving with the Suspicious Youths crew, playing 
hockey.. . Favorite People: MC, KO, JF, BG, EC, DL, JB, VG, JR. 
DH, NP... Where Found: joe's house, P.I.A.S, ... Hockey 1, 2, 
3, 4... Memories: New Years 2000 with Natalie, Matty Coz NH 
House with Joe F, Kevin O, Tags, fun times at Joe's, GC 
Summer Camps Fabnouth with Jen B, Art Class with KO, MF, 
MC, TD, Fitchburg State. 




It's true that we don't know what we've got until we 
but it's also true that we don't know what we've been missing 
until it arrives. Bubba Do it yourself. Likes: LAX, soccer, 
attention... Pet Peeves: False friends. Early mornings, work 
with Dad... Favorite Peeps: JM, CJ, GC, JP, MM, BG, CM, KO, 
BM, BO, LM, AC and AC, KK, K, jBC, WMA... Where Found: 
Jacob's basement, Fixin the Lunch Box... Activities: La- 
crossel2324; Soccer! 234, IDtrack234(4TVL Champs)... Memo- 
ries: Double sessions. Pranks, Proms, Parties, 20-1, Mom, 
Dad, Tiff & the damn bird 



Jennifer Kristin Bohan 
Jen 




RoBYN Lynn Burman 

Robyn 



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Likes... 3B's(right girls)... Favorite Peoplc:Aj, DR, KO, EY, 
RA, TF, CC, JM, RF, FG, MM, GC, PK, RP, K+JS, MB... Where 
found:Rama, Dunks, tanning, car... Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Indoor track L.. Memories:5-97w/DR, FalmRR wVmB, RA's 
base, ditching. Fed's base, my house '98-00, the barn, an t'z, "3- 
way Rama", lost HW, b-Iands, 7-4-99, Florida w/girls, "mis- 
sions" w/AJ+KO, NW semi, New Years '00, JM's 2-26-00 
where was DR+AJ? "Dreams", AOL Thanks M, D, H, K and 
the rest of my family + Friends. 1 love you. 



The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. 
Robs, Rockin'Robyn, Robbie, Robbiebob... happy, random, 
friendly, outgoing, fumiy, goofy... "I dunno, you go girl, he 
now, oh gecz, woosh"... Pet Peeves: not using your blinker to 
turn... Favorite People:MS,ME,SM,AO,RS,TW,AA,GG,TC, 
JC, GL, DF, 2AK, CF, MW... Memories:Beach w/FCC, X 
prom99. Madonna, DH w/Rae, triple date, field hockey trips, 
99 w/Bill, unda sea, rat pack, snow rides, paddle boat! Mad 
Maggies, late night talks, H20, mini golf, Boston with smeks. . . 
thanks mom, dad, friends, I luv you! 



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Jhow there is strength in the differences between us and I 
know there is comfort where we overlap" Tagteams, shows 
w/Moons + Distasio, late-night w/Tina, DCPC, Blazers, 
DMB, crazy swims. Cape, cookouts, Hannons, Tim's porch. 
New Years, Key Largo, soccer, b-ball, track;l, 2, 3, 4... CK you 
are my partner in crime, CM you brought me so much 
sunshine, LT I don't know what I'll do w/o you. Kids of 99, 
JF, TF, you are the craziest crew, SM, JC, MM, KL we had a 
ball. Class of 2000 good luck to you all. Thanks Mom, Dad, 
Caragh I love you! 



It's all right letting yoursel^^PPiPgf^lPl^^^pt yourself 
back... Memories: New Years, greens, moche, making SM run 
b/c of the bed, MV late nite w /K, Deli Crew: MC, T-Bone, CC, 
Big E... Favorite People: SM, JF, MM, JP, CJ, BG, KL, DA, LT, 
Courtney, CM... Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Gold... 
Big Daddy, B-ball 2000: CJ, EM, CT, IC, AS, CB, BO, JP... 
Jammin' w/JoeC,BM,MH-S,KS... Parties at 57, GC,TF, CB... 
Read vilJe Pride... Say Anything... Thanks Momand Dad. ..CU 
later 143 



Matt Caruso 

Matt 



Katherine Casolaro 

Kate 





'rip to Tiaipei, winning the American Cup, Banium and 
Daily Circus, running the Boston Marathon^ Sky diving. Hand- 
gliding, strawberry ice cream... Where Found: Westwood 
Public Library 1234; Dog Tracks, sailing club 34; Mr. Chow's 
Home EC Class, Papy's Organic Pickle Farm, Boy's swim 
meets 1234-#1 Fan, Horseback riding w /Quicksilver 134; Just 
hanging out with the Little Shavaz and the rest of the WHS 
crew. I will treasure all of my memories from Westwood 
High. 



Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep for" 
every dream precedes the goal... theater, Ani, glitter, adven- 
tures. Vikings, car troubles, Chem... We threw our headsback 
and laughed until we cried... Nantucket, Perks, the Pretty 
Place, NYC, 90210, CVS, P-Town, Boston, festival... Distance 
shows your silhouette to be a lot like prtine... school store, 
voice, Rent, meu. Amnesty, yoga races, laughter, Paris... We'll 
blow away forever soon and go on to different lands... Peace, 
love and ankhs to all 



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Joseph Cecala 

Joe, Joey C. 



Gretchen L. Chambers 

Grct 




Life is now, I'll never let schooling get in the way of education. 
Joey C, Cecala, Sicily. .."TheGarlic Bread is cookin"... Likes: big 
butts w+g organized crime (movies)... Pet Peeves: BAAgel! 
Where Found: Not the peaks. The Barn, Baronlands, J'sB 
Jammin... Memories: Arrow, Flashpoint, Pennylane (I think), 
5sec, Hector, Blair Witch (BWP)-We lived it, the Postmen, UA 
semi, prom, parties, Javier's rozzie slush, art class, NHLOO, 
Jersey shore, BOTB2000... To all my friends, family, crew aiid 
foes... Thank vou... 



To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use ydi 
hecirt.. . Gretch, Gary the poolGIRL. . . Memories: lonely dreai 
treats, Tyrone, the JBC, Mr. Wendall, scars, KG punch, latt 
lax, swimsmurfs,Aruba,flyin' high in Buffalo, DD,Bickforc 
Ground, bball superfans. Limp Bizkit '99, summers at DCPC, 
Ani, DMB, barn parties, prom at Wellfleet, ski trips. New 
Years '99 & '00, SBJ- no regrets, LM, KO, JM, MJG, DR, RF, A], 
JB, HF & the guys- JP, BG, CJ, BM, CM, MM, CC, BO, EY, JC, 
MB- thanxs for always being there... I won't forget... I love you 
Mom & Dad! 



Teresa Chiariello 

Tree 



John Cianciarulo 

John Cianciarulo 







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Don't cry because irsover, just smile Decause it Happened... 
Tree, T, Reesa... "Dude" "It is all good"... Favorite people: 
Abby O, Mac, Lex, Sahr, Amy, Abby K, HL, SM, MC, RS, RB, 
KS, Lh, MS, DP, RO... Where fotmd: Abby's house. Lex's 
house. Mad Maggies... Friends Network, NHS, FHS... Memo- 
ries: #1 field hockey fan. Summer 99, calc "study" group, 
Florida, prom, beach trips, Loyola trips, dirty physics words, 
prom... Mom, Dad, Tony, I'll always remember who I am. 



Strive to be the best you can be. Johnny C, H.R. Buddy 
Chanch... Happy, funny, caring... "Enjoyable, " "Oh well, 
what are you gonna do?" "I enjoy you" "I love it, " ... Likes: 
Movies, parties, A-block free... Favorite People: AR, LL, FK, 
FR, MB, TC, AO, SM, LH, RO, NG, MC, RB, MS, MK, CM, JR, 
JL. Activities: Work 3, 4; Newspaper 1, 2, 4; Memories: Li- 
cense, level three Art, change machine, left arm bruises. 



ANNA Cochrane 

Anna 



Aubrey Cochrane 

Aubrey 




Believe in yourself& reach for the stars... Ann, Annie, Doogie... 
quiet, athletic... Likes: sports, movies, being a twin, music... 

I PetPeeves: snakes... Where Found:Coy's,Sean's, Babysitting... 

I Soccer 1-4; Ux 1 -4; Ind. Track 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; SHS 3; BAND 1 - 
4... Memories: prom, Texas'99, New Years'OO, skiing' 00, Blaz- 
ers, ODP, leaves, SSS Champs'99, 4th of July, Cape, white 

' mystery, Ind. Soccer & lax, BYD, AOL, Viking video, AC, CC, 
KL, CK, SL, AH, jD, MB, AZ, KM, AG, MS, KT, KG, HL, SM, 
TC, Carolina, Thanks Mom & Dad 



Don't sweat the small stuff... Aubs, Brey, Brezy, Twin;! 
Happy... "Yippy Skippy" "Idin't Honey"... Likes: sleeping, 
sports, friends, being a twin, music, parties... Pet Peeves: HW, 
Jake, Snakes... Fav Peoples: CK, AC, CC, KL, AH, SL, JD, KT, 
KG, AZ, KM, MB... Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Lax 1 , 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 
3, 4; Indoor Soccer &Lax; cheesecake runs with AH & AC, 
NHS, ODP, Band 1, 2, 3, 4... Memories: SSS Champs, Band, 
Cape Cod, Texas, skiing, buUet-hole-car-UA, Viking video- 
'97, running, babysitting, BYD, Proms, leaf prank, Carolina, 
Thanks Mom & Dad 



Megan Coffey 

Meg 



Christopher Corsi 

Chris 




Take it all in it's as big as it seems, count allyour biessmgs, 
remember your dreams. Meggy, Sac, Cakes... "Gkay sport" 
Likes: BUFFETT, "Friends", movies. Funks... Pet Peeves: 
liars, newps, Dedham, RS!... Favorite People: GL, SM, AJ, GL, 
LR, JV, AAK, JC, AG, TC, AZ, CM... Where Found: work, jeep, 
not in school... .Memories: KBRabbit, SM's parties, 
KfewYearsOO, 6-12-99, J's porch. Rounds, Summer St-RE- 
SPECT, AM's w/everyone, skips w/SM, NBA champs w/ 
Greg, Math talks w/DR, Judge, Gmart, PI, cot, wood w/MB, 
DMB, WC song. Tlianks Mom, Dad, Jim, Kathleen and Jeff! 



"And the Lord did grin, and the people did feast upon -the ' 
lambs and sloths and carp and anchovies and orangutans and 
breakfast cereals and fruit bats"... Corsi, Sergio... "you won't 
do it"... Likes: Absolutely anything, drumming on every- 
thing... Pet Peeves: Sagui's jokes... Favorite People: Megan M, 
PS, JS, TB, BM, RG, AF, LH, AS... Found at: The Spot... 
Memories: Regulataz roll. Arrow, Rashpoint, jam sessions, 
throwing my notebook, acquiring, furnishing the spot, NY 
trip, the black and white knight, avoiding the 5-0 



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Christopher Coy 

Christopher Coy 



Cheryl Ann Cullinane 
Cheryl 




The future belongs to tliose who beUeve in the beauty of their 
dreams... Coyman, Coyboy, Coy.., I don't say too much... 
Likes: sports, bovvhng, maps, sleep... Favorite people: Kim, 
Lancey, Arma& Aubs, the Track and Soccer squads, and all 
the ladies... Where Found: running, A&A's, asleep... Soccer 1- 
4, Track 1-4, NHS... Memories: TEXAS, Iowa, Wildcat ski 
trips, 2000 Indoor track TVLCHAMPS!!!, Captain, golf, prom. 
Cape & the Islands, Hanging with the Judge and the Poaster 
boy. All my teachers and friends. Thanks Mom- 1 Love You! 



If s been too many nights of Ml^PpffPPIISw suddenly"! 
without. CherylAnn, Mini Precious, Cher... Favorite People: 
JH, jM, RF, RS, LM, JB, KO, GC, MM, and the guys... Where 
Found: Home, Jenny's, Bbsttng... Driving aimlessly, McFlurry 
Runs, Car rides w/Jen and Missy, Spght. Dins at JM's, The 
Shame, depressing mixes. Girls nite, B.Lands, SSSC, Dick's 
Quotes, Apr.'99, JM's Dad's '98, JH and DMX! Talks w/Jen 
and Miss, Jenny 4776 14324, Jen and Rae 143 776, Thanks Mom 
and Dad 143 



Jonathan Dick 

]on Dick 



Deepti Vishnu Dronamraju 

Deepti 




-■■• *•« 



-Ongratuiationsl Today is our day. We're off to great places! 
We're off and away! ... Jonny D, JD... Plays, Festival, Doon, 
Jazz Band, Dances, Proms, RNGS Dance, Hebrew Horn, 
Cakefest,JT,Gym '96, Leaves, SHYF, Hale+parties,costumes- 
TJB+coconut bra, skiing. Drives, singing, store, Mambo #5, 
Cape with DS, Maine, Ryan's House, Steph's House. Favorite 
People: DS, KR, CR, BH, AS, JZ, LJ, SP, MM, CG, CG, AC, AC, 
AL, LW +ALL MY FRIENDS! Swim Team 1234; SC 1234; 
Bands 1234; NHS 34. Thanks Mom, Dad and Allison. 




"All our dreamis can corfte true; iP we nave tne courage 

pursue them."... Deeps, Deept... Favorite People: KL, LH, MS, 
KS, ... Where Found: Media Center, Cafeteria, Dance Class.. 
Activities: Key Clubl234; Unity 234; NHS 3, 4; Youth Conv 
mission34; Academic Decathlon34... Memories: Happy Deepti 
Day! Viking Project, GH Talks, F Block Photocopies & Maga- 
zines with KL, HL, AC, AC, JG, Arangetram... Thanks to my 
parents, family and friends for all their love and support. 



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Christina Wood Duff 

Chrissie 




-tsri3-'£jrj«rK-'J 



There is no experience better for the heart than reaching down 
aiiti lifting people up. If s not hard to make decisions when 
you know what your values are. Hillary, Alicia, Megan, 
Courtney, Warren, Pat, Jan\es, Maia, Jen, Joe, Sara, Danielle; 
Math Seminar w/Mao, Baylor's math class. Humanities w/ 
Chatterton. Swimming with Em, KM, KR, ED, LM, BL, ET, 
KR, LB, ES, BK, RP, CJ, DD; summers at WCC pool w/ MP, RF, 
CL AC, MD, AV, GOLF Guys; Middlebury, Paris; Gina. Good 
luck to all and enjoy every moment! 



Maya El-Khouri 
Maya El-Khouri 




"To the world you may seem like one person; to one person 
you may seem like the world" ... curlz... happy, friendly, 
outgoing, random... "It's all good", "I dimno", 'That's so 
cute"... Likes: shopping, dancing, music, driving, tanning... 
pet peeves: being late... Favorite people: AG, JB, SS, RB, MS, 
MK, VR, KJ, TW, GL, DF, JR, CD, JL, DR; you all know who 
you are... Where Found: Every mall, Lebanon... step troop4... 
Memories: DD days w/ Aubrey, prom, Norwood- E's house, 
mall trips, snow rides w/ Meredith and Robyn, I will miss 
you all! 



Timothy W. Farren 

Tim 



Cory Fazio 

Cory 





All I need is some tasty waves and I'll be just fine... Nick- 
names: Farren, Timmy... Likes: Ragers, women. The Cougar, 
WPD... Pet Peeves: Warm beer, snow, prudes, fat chix in 
bikinis... Favorite People: Westwood Crew, Cape Crew, JF, 
EY, RA, GL... Activities: Football 1234; Hockey 1234; Baseball 
1 23. . . Memories: Porch Parties, JoeyE vanDick's Parties, Poem, 
DCPp, Barron Lands, The Peaks, Norfolk CC, Mobil, The 
Blazer, Captain M, Bob's, Super Fans, Slime 



" I would rather die today than live a life of regret"... Cor, 
Fazio, Sasser... Likes: Music, Breakdancing, Girls, Taco Bell, 
Sleep, day dreaming... Pet Peeves: Hypocrites, reality, home- 
work. The "Lifetime" Station... Favorite people: Everyone in • 
or down with the K~N Posse, KS, LH, RB, SM, KC, RS, MS, 
CC, JD... Where found: 1 don't know... Memories: Proms, the 
Ratt, S.Week, Border Runs, CTF, SC, The Fmbnssv, Festi\ m1. 
Mocktrials, Mad Breaking, Peace out... 



Deirdre Anne Feeney 
DeeDee 




"Some people come into our lives and quietly go... some stay 
for a while and leave footprints on our hearts and we are 
never the same"... Taiho, DeeDee... fnun, GO IRISH!... Pet 
Peeves: fake people... Favorite people: Bob (I luv vi), JP, JH, 
KM, DZ, RS, SM, DO, NG, LF, RB, JM, LS, KF, EC... Where 
found: Endicott St., SSP... Memories: "We were just turning 
around", hemmed pants, free blocks, ES conversations, Irish 
Dancing Crew, Chicago "99", 6:30 phone calls, toothpaste 
and toothbrushes, birdy go splat, 'The List" w/Abby. Thanks 
Mom and Dad. :) 



Joseph Fierimonte 

Joe 




Party hard, let someone else clean up... likes: Parties, littlj 
girls, soda, big trucks... Pet Peeves: greedy people, Caj 
pants... Favorite People: Timmy, C.B., L.T., C.K., J.C., S. 
M.M, K.L., E.Y., D.A., P.M.,N.g', CM... Where found: Blazii 
in the Blaze (Pepe), the gym, not in the studies., memorit 
football, Late nite LAX, New Years, Ernie, Super Fans, Proms 
summers. Captain M, Anthony at Bobby's, DCPD, MuUer 
pants. Jack, Brownie, Jenny Love, Suzy, Kristen, yeah I mear 
to do that, it was fun see ya later... 



Lisa Filbin 

Lisa 



Abigail Helene Fine 

Abhy, Abbie, Abs 




They Keep Bounding Their fists on Reality hoping it will 
break but I don't think there's one of them who leads a life free 
of mistakes. Filby, Le Le. happy Joyful... happy people. 
Friends, Parties, ... nude people. Shady People, cars, mice... 
BMD, NS, NJ, JU, SM, CM, CR, DF, CW, LF, EF, ... Cristv's, 
Billies, Cory's car, mall, ... Westy, Lucy @ the pond, GW/b, 
sticky, vets, cheer leading2,Birda park Rode Island, Waltham, 
Florida, Halloween, Proms, After Party's, JQW, FitcbBurg!!! 




' ii< 

It's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at 
all... Ryan will you rub my back?... WHS Friends:LH, A, S, 
AM, KS, TB, TC, JS, CC, RO, TB, BM, PS, FG, JM, RM... XBHS 
Friends: Adam K, JK, NS, KN, TS, DM, PD... Where found: 
The spot, DHAC, The Kerwins... Likes: Da nee. Theater, Men, 
LOVE... Dance Team, Playsl, 2, 3, 4; Memories:JH, RH, BM. 
"Ow, my eye!:, Prom, XBHS dances. Damn Yankees, New 
Years 2000, Town 2 Town, DN, Hale parties, A&A4eva- 12/ 
19/99:) Eminem!! Thank you: Mom, Dad, Mike, Grandma, 
Granpa, Naiia and Papa. ILU all! Love conquers all 



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I 



Hillary Tiffany Fix 

Hill 





Elizabeth Gallagher 

Liz 



We cannot really love anybody with whom we never laugh... 
"Wanna hook up?"... Ski team, Tahoe, PTP trip, the Cape, 
Buffalo, concerts. Blues Traveler, CM boys, hockey parties, 
frogs. Boxing Bobby, prom, Mao... Peter, Schroth, Pat, Aunt 
Candy, Tina, Katie, AM, CD, JS, CK... Thanks for always 
being there Mom, Dad, Missy, Pete, and friends. I love you all! 



"Truly great friends are hard to find, even harder to leave, and 
impossible to forget"... Barn Parties, soccer get-togethers, S.S. 
Champs, 15. Hale excursions, road trips. Spatula incident. 
Prom weekend, 3rd wheel nights, 1 422 Com. Ave, Bertuccui's 
runs, Garth, "I'm going to the movies... "12 am curfew. Ice 
Jack, Deirdre language, summer nights. Memorial Day Week- 
end, frisbee, Newport, V-Day dates, England and Ireland trip. 
Amy's braids, LT, JT, PS, AH, AL, and the rest of my pals. 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Jen, and Kate! 



Fred Getman 
Fred 



Colleen Glennon 

Colleen 





le who defines himself can't really know who he is." Fred, 
Freddie, Fredski, Gets. WasUpTo: JP MM JB AF JH CM SP 
MG. Hangin® THE BARN, Jacobs' Basement, The Baron 
Lands. Sup Norwood?!?! Sup Medfield?!?! Playin' Soccer, 
Skiing, Tennis. Best times: OM 95; WOSC 96; Metallica/AIC 
97; XavDances 97-98; Buffalo, Korn/RobZombie 98; Dressin' 
for the girls games 98-99; KidRock/LunpBizkit, Peer Coun- 
seling Trip, Narragansett w/Jen, OOB Labor Day, Trampo- 
line, Soccer Party, The Great Pumpkin Heist, Aborted Opera- 
tion: Leaves 99; New Years, Mt Chocorua, Berkshires, Spring 
Break, jBSA '^jBaseball" QQ. ILY Mindy ! 



I don't want to look at the past and be sad, there were plenty 
of good times and more to be had... plays, stagecrew, festival, 
B-day celebrations, Disney w/ AH, dances, art class, proms, 
M V, shopping w/MM, singing w/ Cass, gym '96, soph, study, 
trampoline summer, 4 mile run, courtyard, hockey games, 
DMB 5/30, Janet, Steph's house, summer drives, the peaks, 
warehouse, high jump, C.S.C. w/Ari, leaves, D Block free. 
New Years, Dunkie's runs, England and Ireland, WW week- 
ends, MH, AH, MM, CG, BS, SP, AB, JD, MF, N W, BW, DS, TS 



5^ 



NiC GOEBELER 

Nic 



JuLiANNE Berry Goodfellow 

Juli 




We're here and now but will we ever be again, cuz I have 
found all that shimmers in this world is sure to fade away 
again, -funel... Goebs, Doctor, GOD- don't ask... "dunk" 
"shut your mouth" "Sleepisagood thing"... likes: food, sleep, 
the Mrs. Grif sandwich... Pet Peeves: CM, Slow drivers... 
Favorite People: Chippy, TK, Jup, DP, The Griffins, AS, Jeff, 
Jen, Farah, Cara, Courtney, Ali, Cam, Quinn, Mom and Dad- 
I love you all... football 1, 2, 3, 4, : Track 2, 3, 4... memories: 6 
inches. Apologies, I luv vou hun! Dok's class. Indoor Track 
TV L CHAMPS!! 



"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of the| 
dreams. "-ER "Every cloud hasa silver lining."... Jules, Hoolie 
"wicked weird"... Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; ELNA 1, 2, 3, 4^ 
Memories: game vs. Bellingham 10/29/99, Summer Institui 
'98, free blocks, Dunkin Donuts', GH, Jr. year prom, bei 
late, blue station wagon, ELNA friends, AOL, discoverit 
cousins, A Block movies, RA, "Jen, are you here?" REf 
moving, summers, FTC, Mitchell, courtyard. Thanks Mor 
Dad and everyone else for your support! I love you! 



Nicholas M. Grabau 

The Connoiseur 



Brian Michael Greenberg 

Greenberg 




To the ones that helped me stand strong when my legs were 
shaky, everything under the stars happens in time, thanks to 
all my partners in crime. Peace to the Pentagon, The WBC, 
Cus, Moons, Drano, Dicka, Molly-molls, and all the rest. You 
know who you are. Clifford, Lildo, you kept me going. 
Nothing but the choicest Nugs. To Gabe and Alex, for giving 
me the most support of all, much love to you both. And I can't 
forget the Rents, much love and respect. PEACE OUT, 
SUCKAS!! 



It's better to regret sometrSn^^Su've done than something 
you haven't... Gren, THE WALL, Primi Time... Tall, Jewish- 
Irish... Not gonna be... Likes: my mustang, JBC, hoop... Fav 
People: Sarah, CJ, MM, BO, CM, JP, MB, BM, JP, JC, EY and the 
rest... Found at: Tha Bepes, on the court... Pres 1, 3, 4; Bball 1, 
2, 3, 4; soccer 4... Memories: 4 Horsemen, WMA, Proms, 
Mouche Crew, WALL/JUDGE, Bball, JBC, Pranks, Limp '99, 
millenium Eve, Strip Frisbee. Thanks Mom, Dad, L & J, Sarah, 
and the crew: Hove you all! 



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Mark J. Griffin 

Griff 



• imisauinisa^mtanmaisM^.. 




Mark W. Griffin 

Mark 



If your life is free of failure, you're not taking enough risks... 

Griff Gl McGriff... Pet Peeves: Class, homework, LMC... Fa- 
. vorite people: TB CC FG LH MH MM BM CM BR re JS MS... 

Where found: The Barn The Spot Cruisin EMS... Memories: 

"Baseball" Envi Sci "like this" Summer camp Regulataz 
' USSMarge. 



"Wherever the journey of life takes you live each day to the 
fullest"... Loser... ya know, whatever... Bud, chippy, Grif, 
People: JW, NG, JUP, SB, BH, CM, Nic's family. Memories; 
New Years '00, Mommy's lunches, mad maggies, prom week- 
end, 6 inches, 18th B-day's, new cars, Wendy's, US History, 
Humanities, Home run. Spring/summer soccer, squishiness. 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (capt). A special thanks goes 
out to my family for their love and support over the years. 



Aubrey Guastalli 

Aubrey 



Cassidy Gutner 

Cass 





Demand more of yourself than anyone could expect of you... 
Where found: Southie P.A.L., Gatey, Route 89 A, Alcoa High- 
way, Silver Beach... Memories: Southie runs, classes with K, 
Trips to Jackman, shopping with Aunties and Oie, Montilio's 
fireworks at the Saltonstall, Febreary ice shows with Mom, 
North End pizza, Avery days, Shooting past dark 9 Washing- 
ton St. PI. Thanks Favorite Freshman for all your support. KJ, 
ME, LP, Thanks a lot! Mom and Dad thanks for all your love 
and guidance. I owe you everything! 



Faring thee well now, let your life proceed by its own design. 
Cassie, Cass, Capt. Cass. Plays, festival, stagecrew, B-day 
Celebrations, Vineyard, Summer drives. Track, peaks. Leaves, 
WW weekends, D Block free, Aruba, siiiging and CL w/ 
Colleen, Janet, Magic Moments, New Years, dancing w/ Beth, 
Golden Apple, soph Bio Class, Steph's house, track nick- 
names, play quotes, summer concerts, prom, jokes w/ ES and 
JM, A Block movies. Gas is Gas says Stan, ES, AB, SG, AH, 
MM, SP, MH, MF, NW, DS, BW, JD 



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LiNDSEY Hall 

Linzee Hall 



f 




"To love someone is one thiiig, to be loVed by one is another, 
but to love someone who loves you is everything".., Linz, 
Elmo^ Barbie, Regulette #2... loud, hin loving, outgoing- 
Likes: doing plays, going town 2 town w/Abby, pranks, 
bread... Favorite people: AF, KM, AM, LR, LZ, TC, AS, FG, BR, 
RO, The Regulators... Where found: Abb)'^s house, the spot, 
rehearsal, XBHS, x-dances; Memories: suspension, skipping 
w/Abby, being a tree, science chats, "like this", AM- "How 
vou doin'?"- Brockton, Proms, Dave I love vou, Abby- BFF 



Leslie Anne Harvey 

Leslie 




'The trouble with being in the rat race is that even if you ^ 

you're still going to be a rat."... Memories: Carrie, The Shecf ' 
Soap Opera, Theater, Muldoon, night, driving, P.P., Friend 
ship, betrayal, backstage, France trip. Super Women, Poetrv 
Mock Trials, Westwood Day Camp, "the green people 
Kristin's van, all Meredith's guys... "Superficial things don 
make people happy- only blind to what is real." 



Amy Henes 

Amy 



Ariel Hoch 

Ari 




It is never t^nffi^nffi^WM^^Rfl^^t have been. Memories: 
soccer, south sectional chaps, defense. Magic moments, golden 
apple/banana, proms. Vineyard, hot tub, leaves, jane, 
Bertucci's, Disney w/CG, New Years, B-day celebrations, 
DMB, BNL, Peaks, England /Ireland, Newport w/GL, track, 
A Block movies. Step's basement, Bambi eyes. Cheesecake 
w/AC&AC, drives to Milford, courtyard, pirates & baby oil 
W/SP, "Gas is gas says, Stan, " Spazball, 'hood walkin' GL, 
CG, CG, SP, BS, MM, AB, AC, AC, MH, MP 



-• I 




I am m^PHfPIPPfPipiffHKili see; but when you dotih< ^ 
things that you can do, you will find the way, and the way w i 1 
follow you... PS, LG, AL, JT, LT-BFF, summers in the Cape 
concerts, soccer, England/Ireland, courtyard, leaf prank 
sleepovers, prom. New years, tennis, DC trip, Newpo^ 
Riverside, WW weekends, A block movies, quarters, CSl, 
with Colleen, stagecrew, soph study , art class, b-days, Joan o ! 
Arc video, ski trains, trampolines, frisbee, hot tub, TharJc 
Mom, Dad, Beka, and Molly- 1 luv you ! 



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Molly Howard 

Molls 




iJfe is like a play, a lot of people pretending to be something 
they're not. Molls, PJ, Memories: The field, Bball 1,2, 3, 4, 8/ 
31 /99, New years. Skipping school, B4, Car rides, big party 
trips w/SC, Florida 98, Wheaton & Bwater trips, Nantucket, 
Drives w/CM... Pet Peeves: black party pants crew... Favorite 
People: Jeff, Andrea, CM, LT, JC, SC, BO, SM, RA, EY, NG, 
PM, JF, TF, CB, and to everyone who matters, you know who 
you are. To Mom, Dad Atcad, Thanks for the support... I love 
you! 



Christopher Louis Jacobs 

Jacobs 




1 know I've got a disgusting body, but I think if s funny, so I'm 
gonna make people laugh at it... Jacobs, Wolfman... Hair hair, 
& more hair, tired... That's horse, you're a donkey... Likes: 
music, sleep, basketball, Mouche Love, real friends, Wendy's... 
Pet Peeves: ASC... Favorite People: The Crew, BG, MM, BO, 
JP, BM, JP, MB, CM, JBC, WMA, the girls, the 2nd Unit & 
above all, HI... Memories: Tha Basement, 4 Horsemen, Limp 
99, TVL Champs 2000, The Bam, Concerts, Strip Frisbee, 15, 
Welfleet, Wormin it, camera work, I love you Mom, you rock, 
thank you. 



IZZAT JaRUDI 

Znteye 



Alissa Jewell 

Alissa 




■ «§**-•*>© '«Sr-«i^' 



Man is a rope stretched between the animal and the super- 
man-a rope over an abyss... Zateye... boring... Is not life a 
hundred times too short for us to bore ourselves?... Likes: 
Sleep, words, consciousness... Pet Peeves: selfishness, confor- 
mity, cockroaches... Favorite People: Nietzsche, Vormegut, 
Ed (future president)... Where found: Beirut, Westwood, 
Harvard Square... Chess, Tennis, No Parentheses... Thus spake 
Zateve. 



You don't know how good you have it until it's gone. Lis, 
Lissa,Champ...0.k. Champ. Booting. Pet Peeves: R.S.,E)edham 
Dunk's. Fav.people:J.B.,D.R.,K.D.'M.C.,S.M.,G.L.Norwcx>d 
friends. J.G., Where found: driving with Jen, Dev. Norwood 
parties B.L. Don't forget thefunn. Field hockey l,2,3,4M.A.'s 
house with Meg, Steph & Georgy. Memories: b-lands, Rama, 
Funnel w/E.Y. and all the rest! Jen's house 4th of July mis- 
sions 1, 2, 3, 4. fun times.. Butt's. B.B., summer 99. To eill my 
friends 143. Austin P. 2 J.M. House Hot Bovz! Florida GBC 
T.S. 143 



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Timothy Kadehjian 

Tim, Y Tim K 



Kristen Karafotias 

Kris feu 




jrj 


WM T '^KvS 


SB^B^-^ '^I^hI 






1^1 



I believe that if anything is worth doing, it would have been 
done alread v-- Kadej, Desh, Timmy, Deshman... Likes: Caits, 
sleep, parties, playstation, TV, hockey, music, money, etc... 
PetPeeves: no sleep, homework, Bellingham, early mornings, 
losing, an annoying teacher... Favorite people: CI, NG, JC, 
BM, CC, RO, CM, BB, BR, BO, BG, J W, Mom and Dad... Sports: 
hockey 2,3, 4; golfs, 4... Memories: Barn,S. class, Blair Witch, 
Street hockey. Placid, Plujiks class. Mad Maggies, dooo, my 
last hockey game, Javier's, Rozzie Slush, BOTBTOOO. 



I will remember you 

will you remember me 

don't let your love pass you by 

like a frozen 

memory. 




Courtney Kenney 

Court, Toots, Terminator 



Noor-I-Sahr Khan 

Sahr 




Don't criticize what you can't understand. Someone once 
• told me that it has to get really dark before you can see the 
stars... Soccer- Tourney, Hockey- Bus talks. Lacrosse... "Work 
it,ownit!",NewYears,8/15/96. DMB, Car rides, Tj-143,Key 
Largo; Tag team, Bickfords, Christening, DCPC, BBQ w/SP, 
Sneaking out. Drive bys, old men w/ HF & MN, 98- CD & CM, 
99-Crew, James, Late Nights, Timmy's Porch, crushes, 
sleepovers, Pacey, Girl talks, (roubles, ghetto booties, Ash- 
Thanks, to my friends & family- Thanks. I luv u 




If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lfl| 
that's where they should be. Now put the foundations under 
them...Sahara,Sahaa,Sahrita,Shorty... Favorite People: Ames, 
Abbs, Lexi, Mac, Heeks, Tree, Rae, Sara, AbbyO, LB, Megs, Kl, 
SI... Where found: The Gap; Lex's house, guidance... Memo- 
ries: Super Field Hockey fan, Paris, Prom 99 w/Rae, ER, WW 
w/ Abbs and LEX, world Cup 99, Caramel Chillers, J A, N'Sync 
concert, CP w/Heeks, Jude, Ricky, Knife Attack, G block 
sundaes. Thanks Ammi, Baba, Bngi, and Mahr. 



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wm?jfW- ■ 

Abby Hart Killelea 

Abby 



Amy Edith Killelea 

Amy 




sKip in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built 
for. Abb, Abbs, Twinkie... Favorite People: A.K., A.Z., S.K.M 
K.M., I.e., R.B., H.L. K.S., K.L., A.O., S.M., M.C., L.R., R.S., 
Field Hockey Team (Past & present)... Where found: Lexi's 
house, guidance, SSF, Field hockey field, Dedham Cinema... 
Memories: Field hockey (UCONN, summer & wmter league, 
Wendy's & DQ w/R.B. & G.L.) Pajis, ER & WW w/Sahr & 
Lex, OB, Tires, Summer '99, proms, Jr. yr. H block study, flour 
fights, SD, Bday. Parties... Thanks for being there Amy. Thanks 
Mom & Dad. 



I'm glad I did it, partly because it vvas well worth it and 
chiefly because I shall never have to do it again... Twinkie, 
Ames, Amela.. "Pocket!"... Favorite People: AK, AZ, SK, 
KM, TC, MC, GL, HL, DP, RB, KL, SM, FH Team... Where 
found: Guidance, Lexi's house, field hockey field, Bergson's.. . 
Memories: Field hockey, winter and summer league, 
UCONN, Burned at the beach, Jr Yr H blk study, Paris, 
prom, I am a paper company, WWII paper w/Lex, Outward 
Bound... Abs, Thanks for everything! Mom and Dad, Thanks 
and I love you! 



Christopher Kim 

Chris 



Kathryn Ladoucer 

Katie 








•/' antt. ; ma 
ti'i sent : JO" 




>n may not always bring happiness, but thiere is no 
appiness without action. Kimbo, Bo, Dill... "Good one", 
''Umm, yeah"... Like§: 15, movies, skiing. Dew... Pet Peeves: 
blackouts, open closets, picking up Coy... Favorite People: SL, 
CC, AC, KO, AC, & all the rest... Where found: Sean's^ 
Aybrey's, Hollywood... Memories: Track- TVLCHAMPS, 
Superfans, team dinners, Wild Cat, Texas, prom. Cape, boat 
rides, breakin liglits, M Luther, ears, pillows, mixes, goofy 
smiles, physics concerts, IBY, doubledown. Thanks Mom, 
Dad, Dave, Emo and all my friends. 



"Reach high for stars lay hidden in your soul, dream deep for 
every dream proceeds the goal". Ladouce, Douce... Favorite 
People: Dick, Missy, SM, CK, TC, LT, CB, TF, TF, Family... 
Memories: The girls, "shopping", dances-41ife, free blocks in 
K's room, party at 57, the shame, prom, NH, friends, Tarzan, 
Funk's with the girls, Bickfords, late night. New Years 00, 
Parties at Dick's, Beach after prom, sleepovers "Work it own 
it". Mommy and Daddy M, Skimg in NH... Thanks Mom and 
Dad. Good luck next year! I'll miss vou. 



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Katharine Lake 

Katie 



Sean Lancey 

Judge 




Memories are so precious and so rare blessed are those that 
we share... KT, Pond, Pondscum, Skiun, Katie "L"... favorite 
people: AC, AC, KT, HL, KM, AK, AK, AZ, SK, KO, CC, Vnce- 
C block... Memories: Vikings, Cape with C's, Carolina, B-Day 
parties, Prom, Track buddies, F.H. Camp, soccer games 



Tis better to be silent and be thought a fool, then to speak and 
remove all doubt... Lanceto, THE JUDGE... Likes: Boarder 
runs w/BM, weekends, chillin w/ Friends, parties... Fav peep: 
CK, CC, BM, KO, AC'S, KT, Amy, the girls... soccer 1-4, arc 
you theriouth; Indoor Track 2-4. We are the champions; LAX 
1 -4; BreakdanceClub; Photographer is hot club (Pres)... memo- 
ries: TVL Champ, Toumy Runs, LAX Bus, Prom King by 
default, Backstreetboy. Ski wildcat,Judge wall combo, Texas, 
hanging w/soccer captains, 15-14 Kim won. 



Amy O. Lanning 
Amy 



Krystal C. Law 

Kn/stal 





"I decided long ago never to walk in anyone's shadow, if I fail 
if 1 succeed at least I did as I believed"... Love you Polly, Jess, 
Linds, Ari, Liz, Martin, Lucas... England /Ireland trip- new 
friends; diving- Ka tiebabe; Lacrosse- bus rides. Shanks, camp 
99; indoor track?; prom weekend. Barn parties; New Years; 
leaf prank; Polly- the voice; Hanging w/Martin- goose 
pimples, rumbling, sunsets, etc. Family friends- Turks/ 
Robertsons- camping... fears: The dark, scary movies, spi- 
ders, ilovvT)'^ etc! Tlianks Mom , Dad, Sarah, Becca- 1 love vou! 



"Speak from your heart, and people will listen with theirs"... 
"It is by never taking any risks that one risks the most"... 
sprinter of the halls, sensitive to jabs... Fav people: MS, DD, 
KS, LH... Where found: Math seminar room, W. Octopus 
office. Media Center, Art Gallery... Most involved activities: 
dance, piano, NHS, Key Oub, Acadec, Math team, W.O., 
Treasurer, SAB, Site C, Unity... Memories: Paris, S. class 
week, Proms, GH gossip. New Years, WAS chess, blue pens, 
breakdancing. To my family, friends, and teachers I love you 
with all my heart. Thank you! 



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Hee Kwi Lee 

HeeKzvi 




Kindness in words creates confidence Kindness in thinking 
creates profoundness Kindness in giving creates love. . . Heeks, 
Sleek. . . Favorite people: JRT, Mac, Lex, Tree, Sahr, Amy, Abby 
KL, SM, AO, RS, MS, Anna, Aub, KL, DD... Where found: calc 
study group. Guidance, Library... Memories: CP w/Sahr, 
Birthdays, NSYNC concerts, Lexi's house, w^eekends. Prom, 
mall, friend's network... Tlianks Mom and Dad and Heejin, I 
LOVE YOU GUYS! 



Georgeanna Lent 

Georgif 




Moderation seems to be the key... Georgy... Likes: Movies, P- 
Fmiks... Pet Peeves: Wemps, Dunkies, liars, RS, Judge, 
Dedham... Favorite People: Meg, Steph, Kim, La, Carlsons, 
Atak, RB, DR, KW, AJ, CM... Where Found: Red Jeep, Kim's, 
asleep... Memories: Field hockey camp skit, 1-A Market, KB 
Rabbit, 6/12/99, Rounds, Dead ends, 24, New Years 00, Mad 
Mags, PC Camp, Steph's b-day/xmas party, bowling. Sum- 
mer St skips, D block, mornings, the boat, NH people 8/8/98, 
Bridge water. License Trauma, bathroom. . . Thanks Mom, Pop, 
and Nick, I LOVE YOU GUYS! 



Jeffrey Lin 

Jeff 



Gregory Lovett 

Greg 



.^aR'iisrgiRrs^wv'Siw; 




:r? 




A conclusion is the place where you got tired of tliinking... 
Jeff, Lin, Linny, Speed Racer... Likes: cars, computers. The 
Simpsons, WAAF... Pet peeves: homeroom, Spanish... Favor- 
ite People: MS, RB, Spaz, SK, AO, AK, IJ, EN, DP, AL, FG... 
Where Found: my car, traffic court, guidance, media center... 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Math team 3, 4; Chess club 2, 3, 4; We The 
People 3, 4... Memories: science classes, prom, M Coupe, Jetta, 
5251, E320 



It's oiily your Imagination. Don't worry . There's nothing to be 
afraid of. Lovely cracko... Likes: Pink Floyd, video games, 
Parliments, Baseball, lefties. Pet peeves: Big Mistakes and... 
Homeruns. Favorite people: Hoe Thornton, Ray Bourque, 
John Rocker, MC. Memories: Lederhos drafted in liigh school, 
you are the man! Legion, Varsity Ball, 41 suspensions, Bowl- 
ing Champs w/Meg, terrific trio MC, GL, SM. Sox game w/ 
DR. Thank you Jesus for everything you have done... and for 
everything to come! Thanks Mom and Dad. 



Andrew Lucas 

Andy 



Katherine Elizabeth MacDonald 

Katie 




"Never do today what you couM put off till tomorrow"... 
Professional unmotivated stvident. .. Where found : with AAA, 
sleeping in the store, sleeping, swimming bus (RNGD). Ven- 
, ezuela. The Bell, Theater, Rushing Tent, Ann's, New York 
City- AAS, Cakefest, Staiti's couch... "You gotta live Hght 
enough to see the humor and long enough to see some 
change"... Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Governance 1, 2, 3; DAMN 
THE MAN!!! Don't take life too seriously... No one gets out 
alive anyway... Thanks Fluffy, Matt, Mom, Jack. 



"Play for more thank you can afford to lose and you will 
learn the game." Mac, Macker, Kate... OK Buddy... Frick 
you... Hey hon... Reject... Zoe... Did I say that out loud... 
Favorite People. AZ, HL, SK, AK, AK, TC, LH, KL, AO, RS, 
DF, AAC, SM, CR, GL, DM, NOMAR... Memories: XC, 
Florida, Carmell Chillers, Omar & Nomar fights w/Jeff, 
Softball, Lexi's house, prom, H20 fights, concerts, Fenway, 
All-Star weekend, summer of '99, gin. Batons, A Psych w/ 
Walsh, I love Nomar!!!... Thank you Mom, Dad, and Matt for 
your love and support! 



Paul Mancuso 

PauUe, Cus 



Matthew Shane Manozzi 

Shano Drano 




Life is a waste of time, time is a waste of life. So why not get 
wasted and have the time of your life... 'Cus', little Cus, 
Where's Doyle, Burga? Yo what up Dogg! Peace to my boy's 
from '99 Jimbo, Nick, Shano's window where's the. battle 
scar? Mooney you're always with me. Lef s go play some 
baseball. I just got a new bat I'll do the pitching you can do the 
hitting. Thanks to my family for all the love and support 
ybu've given me, all my love to the people I love. Peace I'm 
out!!! Edison, See ya later out the door! 



■55rr 

Trying is the first step towards failure-H. Simpson. Jumped 
through the window. Likes NUGS, ragin at TY's, chillin with 
the 99 crew, weekends with Sammy A. ..PHISH,w/GM,DW, 
MB, CM, OSWEGO w/the crew, breakfast w/ TY, chillin w/ 
Nick , Cus+Mooney... B-Block free, ENV-SCI... fights w/ 
crazy Jim. I got the supa cough, yo Cus where is my daily 
dosage at? I'll be there in 10 minutes Doyle time... Lata Dogs 



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'^o matter how good you are at something there's always 
abotit a milHon people who are better" Bud, Budman, Buddy, 
scud, scudman, MetaUica Marsh, (who still hasn't supplied 
school with unforgiven Machine) I am a sill "160 lbs. dashing 
debonair of a man, a blonde hair blue eyed sex symbol that's 
every woman's dream date. Loves: guitar, sleeping, Nintendo, 
soda. Basement, Dri\angto endanger. Bam. Pet Peeves" Mike 
being good at NHL, 8.00 Westwood party starts 8:30 police 
break it up. Peeps: JC Q TK JP MM Blair witch GC JP BG CM 
MB 4:45AM Taurus 



Only remember good times so you can leave with a smile... 
McBlum, MCD, Blondie, Swivel- hips... GC, JM, KO, CC, MM, 
RF, MJG, CK, HF, ES, NJ, and the JBC, My '99 Boys- DAS1436, 
CP, Walpole Girlz... Barn Parties, B- Lands, Jacobs' basement, 
3rd floor, UMD, Walpole... We luv Shampoo! Prom '99, late 
nights '99, The Mummy, whip cream fight, 15, Swimming, 
SMILE! AS143, Wrists, Dinner Party, MC, EB, CJ... Mom Dad 
Will and John I love you. Thanx for everything. To my friends: 
Thanx for being there always. I luv u all! 



Mike McGillvary 

Mikey 



Sara Lindsey McGowan 

Sara 




ou can, lose if you mflSIJWH^lways cheat"... Mikey, 
Money, Cape Fear, Magoo... Favorite sayings: "Always smile", 
"Just lose the attitude"... Likes: beach, K's class... Pet peeves: 
doing work, shooting hoops... Favorite people" BO, CJ, BG, 
JP, BM, MB, CM, JP, FG... Where found: Jacobs basement, 
beach, the cape... Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Teen Mentors 3, 
4... Memories: 1111 The 4Horsement, Jacobs basement, chem 
class, hockey bus rides, median strip, the barn, prom, races to 
hockey. 



"1 don't know if we eaoHiavPiWRSHHy or if we're all floating 
around accidental like on a breeze, but 1 think maybe it's 
both." Sarita, Bumble Bee... Memories: Field Hockey (UCONN 
water fights). Pizzazz NY Trip, musicals, Xaverian, DC, 
Marche, calc study groups, triple date, letter writings, jazz 
pants, broken ankles, driving to the beach, makeovers, dress- 
ing up, cosmo, hair dye, going with the green people, New 
Year's Eve w/RENT, Bill @ the 99, and finally, my two 
favorite things, singing and my friends. 



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William McHugh 

McHu^Ji 



Jennifer Christine Mellor 

Jen 




He who laughs last thinks slowest... shaft, Michuge, spike... 
Pet Peeves: school, work, annoying people... Where Found: 
Michelle's basement. The spot, Sean's house, Mad Maggies, 
The pool... Likes: Friday night movies, Rollin... Memories: 
Regulataz Roll, Jim, Chris, Tom, Sean(Judge), Alison(WPI 
Buddy), Pat, Michelle, Griff, Lavinia, Dev, Steph, Being a TVL 
Champ, Boarder runs w/Judge, The Shaggin Wagon(May 
she R.I.P), dances, Gettin Jiggy w/Abby, Blink/Chair Con- 
cert, Crystal, Brennain, RUINING The Senior Court Pic 



"1 always knew I'd laugh about the times I cried but 1 never 
knew I'd cry about the times I laughed"... Memories: CC, RF, 
AD, BY, GC, EM, the JBC, MJG, SM, RA, MM, KO, JB, AJ, HP, 
KK, Aruba, Florida, dirmer at the Cully's, girls night, driving 
around aimlessly, Dick's, Jacobs' Basement, Summer 99, prom, 
4-14-98, M.V. with Adam, advice from CC, the "Shame", 
PIGGY, Rae's voices. Scare at Fox Hill St., the bam parties, 
dances, HIGH SCHOOL!, Barron Lands, Cheryl and Rao- 
4776!!. .."I will be right here waitingfor you. ..00-1436" Thanks 
Mom and Dad 



Daniyar Menne 



Susie Michelson 

Susie, Qusie, Q 




Life is what you make of it. YAR, HMV, Discount... "Nice", 
'^Looser"... Likes: Mikes Hard Lemonade, Abercrombie and 
Fitch, BeauHful Blonde in Red, KAWASAKI ZEPMYR, gym, 
and of course Belmont... Dislikes: Cops, rich spoiled kids, 
people who obey the speed limit, and celery... Music: 2Pac, 
Dre, Silverchair, Offspring, Biggy Will live on... Favorite 
People: all the Belmont people who made it all good, Rae, RO, 
KM, AO, JC, KB... Actvi ties: Hockey 1 ; Baseball! , 2; Wrestl ing 
2... Memories: Townline,Walkathon, Incident, Accord Days... 
Thank-vou Mom + Dad 




"There's nothing like looking at your own history in the fac 
of your friends"-Ani Fiddler, CVS, Perks, Donna lops, phys- 
ics catastrophies, the thrill of skiing and the ecstasy of dance, 
yellow roses ("never red... "), The Righteous Babes, candles, 
Fosse, 443MYG, sunsets. Aha Olia, Laughter is the shortest 
distance between two people... Kidnappings, "Only two?!", 
auditorium, pink tights... by god i want above fourteenth... 
"VIVA LA VIE BOHEME!" 



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Alicia A. Molloy 

Skesh 




Christine Mooney 



"Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day 
in you life." -Confucious... "Easy there, sweet cheeks."... 
Hobbies: MASSAGING... Favorite People: HF, CD, JV, AB, 
BZ, PB, JH, BB, JH, MN, SuzyQ and Billy, LH, Tiffy... Memo- 
ries: StudyBuddy Liz, theatre w/Hill, C-block math seminar 
w/Maui, Hedy LaRue, Festiva's Royal Screw, PIZZAZZ, 
Boxing Bobby, Austin Powers 




I feel as if I am trying to swallow a molten ball of red hot Iron 
that I can't gulp down and can't spit out. I reach a point when 
complexities, contradictions, paradoxes, and impossibilities 
pile up so high I become overwhelmed. I have traveled 
different paths and met frustration around many comers. I 
feel STUCK. The only way out is to stand up brake free from 
my restricted, untangle the mass of paradoxes. Then 1 see 
something new is born. I am walking down the and the simple 
solutions comes... 



Christopher Shelby Mudarri 

Mudarri 



Stephen Mullen 

Steve Mullen 




You either gotta get busy livin' or get busy dyin'... I'll beat the 
bag outta you... Where Found:The brown bomber, Tha base- 
ment, Freddy's bam, West Roxbury... Likes:Fast food, fast 
cars and fast women, over 50 mags and other 18th Bday gifts, 
hockey and Basketball games, being the Stiperfan... Favorite 
People:Primp the Greek, Nell, BB, BO, BG, CJ, JP, Dev, Gill, 
Bud... To all of my classniates, good luck in life.To all of my 
friends, you are my brothers, I'd die for each one of you. BWP. 
ILU Mom+Dad Thanks 




"With faith, talent and a little 1 uck, anyone can aGiiieve the 
American Dream."... Mully Steviebeans Frank White the 
Desperado Mull Lloyd Christmas... "I have a bellybutton." 
"You all know me still the same old g, but I've been low key." 
"Look out for Daddy Warkins!"... Likes: Testing the greens 
with DA... PetPeeves: My good cars(they don't stall)... Favor- 
ites People: The crew, you all know who you are... Memories: 
Soul Kahbuk grand openings, sub windmills. Prom, Parties at 
FY's and DA's, car adventures. Thanks Mom+Dad+fam 



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Melissa Munroe 

Missy 



Michelle Murphy 

MiclwUc Murphy 




We all take different paths in life, but no matter where we go, 
wetakalittlebitof eachother... "OOKAY!" "Work it, own it!" 
I love you guysrKL CK JC LT SM CB JF TF CC JM RA... 
Memories: Ladouce! NY2000, "Shopping", carrides, parties 
at 57, and Dicks! Dances-4LFORLIFE! Prom(weekends), 
ickfords, Lacrosse:Bus rides, long runs, Nantucket trips! 
McFlurry runs w/CHE, K's Room, drive by$$! 89cent slushies 
w.DunnyLadouce-BFF! The Girls: Thank you for always be- 
ing there, and remember... work it, own it! Mom and Dad, I 
love vou! 



What lies behind us and what lies before us 'are tiny matters 
compated to what lies within us... Murph... Likes: Food, Fun, 
Boys... England and Ireland, plays. Festival, proms. Vine- 
yard, French, sophs, shopping trips w/CG, leaves, APES, 
sophomore studies, courtyard fun, dances, DMB, BNL, 
Subsonscionex, confession sessions. New Years 2000, B-Day 
Celebrations, Stephanie's house, the Yellow Submarine, the 
Peaks, Westwood Weekends, CG, AB, BS,CG, AH, SP, JD, JM,. 
MH, NW, BW, MF, DS, TS, Doon, I Love You Mom and Dad! 



Edward William Naim 
Edward William Naim 



Val Nasman 
Val Nasmau 




InaeuGW memories, never to De forgotten. Edzo, Eddie... I 
never thought that my four years at WHS would bring so 
many adventures, so much fun, so much growth. From S. A.B. 
to newspaper to math team to Legislative Council, I haven't 
had a dull momet. And most important, I've built strong 
friendships with both students and teachers that I will keep 
and cherish for life. Thank you WHS. 




Psalm 36:9... Navy, Sweetie... Caring, quiet, fun... Ya think, 
sweet, cool... Ranch, Shania, MM's... loud music, stupid ques- 
Hons... AG, KJ,CD,SM, JL, DS... Out, home, DF's, 180, work... 
D blk. Girl's night. Graphic Arts, email, data match, Sr. Skip, 
All Night Grad party... I never gained my true friendships by 
hiding my fears, but by being open and honest. 



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Ryan O'Connor 

Ryan 



KlERAN O'LeARY 

Kierau O'Leary 




,'i'. w 



Never^ put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after 
tomorrow... Ry, Oakey, Oakman, Ry-Guy... Likes: Girls, par- 
|ties& food... Favorite People: KG, CC, AF, TK, JC, FG, AS, AG, 
ILH, MG, KM, TC... Memories: The White Lightning, hockey 
trips, Steve Miller, Spritewink, hockey bus, tennis, guitar. 
Hale parties, and all those good times... Where Found: Where 
ever there is fun. The Bam, Hale, The Barrons... Abby I'll rub 
your back later... Joe, don't wake the garlic bread... Thanx 
Mom and Dad. 



Work hard and bementally tough... Kierbo, Ironbones, 
Kieman... Aggressive, talkative, crazy, takes chances... "J'jrk"; 
"Thaf s a tree"... Likes: Skiing, Pizza, KT... Favorite People: 
M.B., K.T., S.P., C.C., C.IC, S.L., JP, J.P., G.M., C.J., B.G... 
.Where Found: Jacobs house, Bubba's house, W.Rox... Activi- 
ties: Soccer 1 , 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4 T V L CHAMPS; Lacrosse 
1, 4; Gaelic Football 2, 3, 4 National Champs... Memories: 
Skiing, Band Trip, senior pranks. Plunk's Class, Track Wres- 
tling Matches, Breaking Ashland kids Ankle 



Kelly Francine O'Reilly 

Kelly 



Abby Hillman Onderdonk 

Ahhy 




ream I had last night in my bubble bath"... 
GC JB LM AJ DR HG JM CC RF CK and the boys, KeLioski, 
KO'd, GC's boat, strip frisbee, missions, KG Punch, FB, Barn 
Parties, ACK, Tyrone, TX hick, PAGFDU, Coffee nights. 
Navigator, snow day '99, WULL, Rama, Lax, Blands, tree 
wires, 15, Pizza, Irish, Dinner Party, Deep talks at JB's, Bb»ill 
superfans '98-'99, Friends, The Two, Vday '00, Simon, Belly 
Dancing, Hot Boys... "Brightyouthpassesswiftly atthought"... 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Tom,and Court, I love y'all... Never forget 
the dance party 



We are ^HMIi^pWP^M^^MI^VMM^^^RIRig at the 

stars." Ab, Abs, Donker, Schlonker, Abs of Steel... Per Peeves: 
Hypocrites... Favorite People: TC, KM, AZ, SM, JL, RB, MS, 
SK, AAK, AAC, KS, DF, AS, MC,CS... Memories: The LIST w/ 
Deirdre, Dirty Physics Words, Florida w/Reesa, VS trips, 
prom, swims, Birthday Parties, Calc "Study" groups, Cross 
Country parties, track. Mad Maggies, Late nights . Th.mk 
you very much Mom, Dad, Sara, and Mark! 



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Trust Opara 

Tru^t HSC Opara 




Brian George Osganian Jr. 

OSKl 



There are really no mistakes in life - only lessons... Trustdog, 
Trusto... intelligent, powerful, wise, handsome... "This is a 
FARCIPk'!", "I bleed GREEN and WHITE!", "Yo"... Likes: 
DBZ, videogames, tennis, chess... Pet Peeves: papers, mulch... 
Favorite People: M.A., A.L., E.N., D.P., J.A., S.L., I.J., K.S., 
S.M., K.O... Where Found: Home, Library, School... Teiinis 1- 
4; Football 1; Track 4; Chess 1-4; Computer Club 1-3; Mock 
Trials 2-4... Memories: Mock Trials, G. class. Mechanical 
Drawing class, intramural sports (handball) 



"You Better Check Your Pulse." OSKI, BigDog, TheWorr 
I'm the man, "Loser", "Back that azz up" "You can't stc 
OSKI you can only contain him." Likes:llll, girls, couche... : 
Peeves:the ASC.Favorite People:MM, CJ, JP, B, AB, MH, G< 
JM, JB, DR, AJ, CM, JP, AS, EY, KO, MD, etc... Whe^ 
Found:every party, Jacobs' house, my place: 
Activities:Basketbal 1, 2, 3, 4;Golf 1, 2, 3, 4... Memories:bba 
TVL Champs 00, Club Wagon, Graphic Arts, Evan snapping 
WALTHAM, the Horzman, Prom99, Are U on the right Roa< 
Parties, the crew. Mom & Dad you're the best. 



Jeffrey Thomas Piersons 




Stephanie Marie Praino 

Stephanie 




'ltsAllAboutthe4. JUP,TheJMAN,Juprey,"POP","5ucker", 
"I'm not from around here", "Yeah, I workout"... Likes:banin', 
mouche, JBC, 1111, WMA... Pet Peeves;Saturday morning prac- 
tices, "soda", "lolli pops", Bostonians... Favorite People:MH, 
BO, MM, BG, CJ, MB, JC, GC, AB, JM, SM, COW... Where 
Found:Jacobs basement, my room, ball court... 
Activities:Baskctball 1, 2, 3, 4;Football 1, 2, 3, 4;Peer Counsel- 
ing 3, 4;Big Brother 3, 4... Memories:beach trips, football and 
bball bus rides, M.V., TVL & Superbowl Champs '96, bball 
TVL Champs '00, pranks. Pay ton, FLD 



For long you live and high you fly, smiles you'll give ai 
tears you'll cry, all you touch and all you see is all your li 
will ever be... Activities: Soccer 1234; Track 134; Bands 123 
Memories: MV, hard-core mtn biking, "Romance" w/PoUf 
skiing out west, freshman gym. South Sectional Champs, 
courtyard body spelling, NY Band Trip, tampon incident, 
leaves, CMBBQ, 50s, marriage fights, pirate ship and baby oil 
vv/AH, Bertucci's, Newport w/Tim, proms, Janet, Boogie 
Nights, my house. Jazz Band, San Diego, pimp daddy & 
mama, new years, the Peaks, ODP, I love you Mom, Dad, and 
Julie! .' ...-- . .■/;;,. ,>- •:-' 



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John Primpas 

]ohn Primpas 




i 



'at 'sxip Baby;Jabobs, thanks for the soda man; OSKl, you 
'redying'... JP, Johnny, Primp, PrimpDog, Yanni ... Tall, ath- 
letic, sexy, smart... Jacobs 1 am coining over.Magoo stops 
miling. Can we get some run for the C-man?... Likes: Tennis, 
basketball, football, girls, driving, playstation, TV, radio... 
PetPeeves: Dogs... Favorite People: CJ, CM, BO, MM, EY, JM, 
LM, GC, DR, MB, BM, DA, SM, PS, LG, FF, BB, KO, JB, AJ, AB, 
IC,CT, LT, KH, HF, CK... WhereFound:Norwood, Westwood, 
! Boston... Tennis 1234; Basketball 1234; Spanish Honor Society 
3... TheBam:JBC, Ev's98!, TVL BballChampsOO, Hockey games, 
football 



David Purpura 

David 




"There is a fixe^^^^B^t of intelligence in this world; the 
population is growing"... Dave, Purps, Nutz, Oogi... "Roar" 
"Did we have homework?" "Oh well"... Favorite People: 
3A's, CF, TO, JL, EN, AZ, TC, 2K'S, KS, RS, AO, SL, KW, 
SNMO, Smallz, Kinney, SM, SK, AL... Where Found: Venezu- 
ela, Music room, Guidance... Chess 1,2,3, 4;Track2, 3, 4; Play/ 
musical 1, 2, 3, 4; Breakdancing Club 4... Memories: Indoor 
Track Champs, Fools, Breakers Anon, XC swims, comp par- 
ties, NY Band Trip, cast parties 



I Devaney Lynne Rezendes 

Ninja Dei' 




James David Ricciato 

James Ricciato 




From desire I plunge to its fulfullent, where I long once more 
for desire... MEX, Bevilacqua, Devy, Debonaire, SAC, female 
version of Jakes... GTsW/KO, JB, AJ, GC, EY, RA, TF, BO, JM, 
RF, WM, KL, JBC, RD, MH, JG, WW CREW, Lil cakes, CJ, Lent, 
B's, couch, taco bell, AJ's... Memories:FHockey, 5-97w/JB, 
Kick's base, lax, ditching. Fed's, the barn, cole's, lost HWay, 
7-4-99, Ant'z, B-Lands, FLw/gals, Redeye, bus brawls, mis- 
sions, JM's, Latte,Hens, "Dreams", prom 98-00, EY's, Ack, the 
Lemon, sheak outs, slips w/MC.Thanx mom, dad, Lars+TAF 



Favorite Things: True friends, good times, laughing, silent 
strolls through the woods, philosophical talks with Jeff... 
Memories: M.B., EP, JH, JB, JM, CK, SO, BD, DA, PS, Justin, 
Parah, Bournedale, CM, nc, Friday's Restaurant, Friendly's 
with Mark, JB, going to shows with Evan, Skateboarding with 
Mark, Art Camp, trips to Florida with the Fam, Bickford's 
with the Norwood crew, Lo\'c and laughter with true friends. 



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Velvet Richardson 

Veheeta 




LiSABETH ROONEY 

LisabetJi 



1 




Never forget, and forever cherish all the times we've spent 
together... Favorite sayings: Are you serious. Oh my good- 
ness, whatever... Pet Peeves: Bugs... Favorite People: Toyin, 
M.W., D.B., J.B., M.A., K.L., A.M., K.R., V.L., S.L., J.V.,' T., 
A.A... Where Found: Randolph cinema. Track 2, 3, 4: Unity: 
Art room... Memories: Relleva's Soul Train Line, prom. Track 
meets, chorus, art class, STEP TROOP FOREVER, Thai-Jcs 
Mom 



Show me someone who has never made a mistake and I'll I 
show you someone who has never achieved much... LB, 
HEED, Orange on a toothpick... "Hit me"... Likes:The Nuts, i 
WOOBIE... Pet Peeves:RS, rich snobs, French Vanilla Coffee,! 
talking trash... Where Found:w/Eddie, Dunkies, the Lexus, j 
on the phone... Memories:Plum Island, Dunes, COT, "Spend ' 
the day "New Years OOIMovie night w/crew, summer 98, 
Rese\aor, ABC, Blackeye, Tuesdays, DMB, The99, Prom, Jeep, 
8-17-98, 1 love you Eddie, XOXO... Thanks Mom, Dad, and' 
Sean-E-Boy for everything, I love you! XOXO 



William Ryan 

Bill 




Sara Sabokrooh 

Sara 



It's not the size of the dog in the i 
in the dog... Pet Peeves: Work, flakes, WT, feminists, hippies, 
phonies, HW, Bellingham, Scully... Likes: Football, hockey, 
hitting str. hockey at Baldo's, parties... Memories... SB9697, 
Lake Placid, Bradley's sled. Last FB and Hky games, friends, 
you know who you are, hockey bus. Large Marge. Life's a 
waste of time, time's a waste of life. Let's all get wasted and 
have the time of our lives. Good Luck Class of 2000. 




Suck it up,-fflH!BPbff, you're a trooper you'll pi 
.Sabouks, sabookiescrisp: MK, DA, ME, JB(3)PK, GL, JR, CD, 
RO, LZ, BM, JP, KO, RA, YAR, MS, GC, HE, AM, DR, 
KLVolleybain234: Leaver to beaver! Meghan always remem- 
ber: tables not floors thanx greggy for always cheering me up! 
To Plunk: you taught me a mcnasty lesson! Peace.ACKC 
remember barenaked? Jchahahahaha! Good Times, Relleva & 
Strancel you kept me honest. Superko you're super nice! 
Thanks Mom and Dad for dealing w/me during the four best 
and worst yrs. 



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[Patrick Saqui 




If s a little childish and stupid but then so is High School. . . Pat, 
Saggy, Sagee... Likes: Swimming, Days off... Favorite People: 
Abby, Lindsey^ Tom, Billy(shaft), Griffen, Corsi, Fat Jim, 
Allison, Lucas, D-Man... Where Found: Swimming, Mad 
Maggies, The Spot, In the Radon Rider, TB's house... swim 
team 1234... Memories: Drives to Quincy, Tlie Spot, Tom and 
the Tree, Tardies to Ms. Furby's class, 21bs. Hamburger(Pic), 
Bus ride songs(josh), the 500 freestyle. Talks with Tina, Regz, 
Dumpster Diving, Coach, G.Ralph 



ToYiN Paige Saheed 

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TO achieve IS TO SUCCEED AND TO SUCCEED IS TO 
SHOW YOUR KNOWLEDGE... .T-DOG, TOYA... LOUD, 
GOOFY, FUNNY... OH NO YOU DIDNT, M THE BOMB, 
WHATERVER... OREO ICE CREAM, MUIC, MOVIES, 
GUYS... STANKY ATTITUDES, DISRESPECT, SHOWING 
OFF... K.R., V.L., S.L., C.B., R.M., N.J., J.W., A.J., C.K., 
WELVET... RUGGLES, THE HISSL, NU... STEP TROOP, 
YEARBOOK, UNITY... CANOBIE LAKE WITH MY GIRL, 
FLORIDA, PARTY AT A.R. .. THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS 
AND FAMILY I LOVE YOU ALL AND WILL NEVER FOR- 
GET YOU. 



Jen Schwartz 

Jen 




Rachel Sciaba 

Rae 




tnind falling down and scraping up my knees. Scars 
and sHtchesalways fade and only strengthen me"- "Work like 
you don't need the money, dance like nobody's watching, 
and love like you've never been hurt"... LIKES: Dave 
Matthews, Shipping, NYC, tanning... SAYINGS: "something 
like that", "Rae look at that", "Juli, you are here tod ay ?"... PET 
PEEVES: Matli homework, spiders... MEMORIES: C and D in 
M seminar, Vicky's w/Rae, Puerto Rico, leaf bags, yes talks. 
Thanks for everything Mom and Dad. Love, Jen 



If you know where you stand then you know where to land 
and if you fall it won't matter cuz you'll know that you're 
right. Rae, Rach... "Jen, look at that!"... likes: tanning, shop- 
ping,. laughting, Mihos... Pet Peeves:shoulders, Marshmal- 
low girl... favorite people:C.M., J.S., D.F., D.M., JL., the girls... 
Memories:Dis, summers, Vicky's w/Jen, stalking. Rent/ 
Luther '97, D.H., M. Seminar, yes talks, prom '99 w/ 
SahrlSpazzing, 10/31 /98-Love you Chris. Thank you so 
much Mom, Dad, Lee, and AnJ for always being there for me! 



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Alison Scoble 

' Alison 




How lucky I am to have someting that makes saying goodbye 
so hard... Scob, Scoballz, Brooklyn, Foxy... Likesrdancmg, 
skiing, disney movies, rollerblading... Favorite People:Chris(I 
love you), AF, LH, TB, TC, CC, DF, NG(Apologies), KM, 
BM(WP1 Buddy), RO, AO, BO, JP, AL, DR, JS, TC... Dance 
team 3, 4;Skie team 1, 2, 3, 4... Memories:6/7/99, AAA for- 
ever ,^ DMB, crazy skiing, states trips, NY, Paris, Dirty Physics 
words, VS trips, Calc 'stud/ groups, dances, prom '00, hockey 
and bball games, thanks Mom and Dad 



James Shaw 

The Suburban Rauficr 




Your Kung-Fu is strong, but my Tiger Style is stronger., 
jimbo, Sensei, Flava... "You won't do it!", "Dude, no way" 
"There is much you must learn, grasshopper"... My Peoples 
CC, BM, TB, MG, SL, Hens, KO, Abby, LH, AS... Find Me; ai 
the spot, unconscious on the floor, Hennessey's... Acquiring 
Late Night Kingz, Shaolin Shadowboxing, Superdeejay, NYC 
'98, The Field, CO backcountry, Plunks's Class, the Trifector 
Hollywood, One Eigth At A Time... Regulataz Roll 2000 int€ 
Infinity. 



Kristin M. Small 

Kristin 



Polly Smith 

Polly 




Change lias never happened without someone first believing 
it was possible.. . Smally, Canadian, The Femminazi, Esmallio. . . 
Memories: Hug Circles, The Mock trials crew. New York & 
being "excellent". Summers at camp, finding myself, being an 
indispensable contribution to the band w/ Meredith, DC w/ 
Sara, my brother the ladies man, pizza write-athons, 
breakdancing Venezuelans, "poor in quality but not in style", 
not needing men but loving them anyway, switching friends 
but Leslie ahvnvs being there. 



"Turns out not where but who yovi're with that really 
matters"... concerts, leaf prank, soccer-SS Champs, Ireland / 
England trip, A block movies. Cape, barn parties, "Ro- 
mance" w/Steph, 1422 Comm Ave, V-Day dates, 15, tan- 
ning (C and D block), DCDC, Joan of Arc video, Walking 
Octopus, VT, Memorial Day weekend. Dirty Danciing, 
sleepovers, 4 mile runs, the tank, "Gas is gas says Satn, " 
Deidre, BFF-AL, AH, LG, jT, LT, AD-summer loving', -etc, 
I'll miss everyone, stay in touch! Dad, Mom, Ben-thanks 4 
everything! Luv you! 



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"Things are never quite as scary when you've got a best 
friend" Mere, Mango... Favorite People:RB, KL, DH, BH, MB, 
DD, GG, MF, KS, LH, SM, AO, AA, ME, TC, RS, CF, JRM... 
VIei-nories:WCXI, X prom99, springklers, dave & mike, RENT/ 
Luther97, clarabelle, summer of BB, 99 w/Bill, Madonna, 
anda sea, karyoke irony, beach w/FCC, ratpack, NY, woosh, 
RH, being an indespensible contribution to the band w/ 
Kristin, AIDS walk, triple date, ice cream, turtles, outlets/ 
Slantasket w/ Aamina, Jeremy, Thanks Mom and Dad, I love 

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Elizabeth Stocker 

Beth 




Celebrate we will, because life is short but sweet for certain. 
Bethy, Stroker, Stoker... Bavorite People: AB, CG, MM, AH, 
SP, CG, JM... Likes: Food, fun, boys, swimming, free blocks, 
sleep... Memories: prom. Vineyard, Senior Leaf Prank, Apes, 
swim bus rides, Steph's house. New Years 2000, DMB 5/30/ 
99, Janet, trampoline summer, subconscionex, Captiva w/ 
AB, Courtyard, Birthday Celebrations, dances, Chickami, 
dancing w/ CG, BGSC, MBM, Any'sRed Face, Fun WEstwood 
Weekends... Thanks Mom and Dad! I love you! 



Elizabeth Tracey 

Liz 



Jessica Turk 

Jess 





saying goodbye, why is it said? Makes us remember the good 
:imes we've had, much more to say, foolish to try, it's time for 
sayng goodbye... Fav.PeopIe:Gina, C.B., C.K., A.B., M.H., j,F., 
r.F., M.M., K.L^ I.e., S.M., B-ball girls... Memories: Sum- 
iier'99. New Years', DCPC, key Largo, DMB'99, Florida'98, 
J/9/99, Tim's Porch, "Mrs.Woo" w/G.O., talks... somehow 1 
know we'll meet again, I'm not quite sure how and I don't 
Iwiow just when, you're in my heart so until then, it's time for 
saying goodbye... Thanks for everything Mom & Dad-1 Love 



That it will never come again is what makes life so swe^f.,. ' 
Soccer S-S Champs, camping trips w/the families, Spanish & 
Art w/Mermaid, LAXbusrides,juniorboys,singin' w/Kimbo, 
"Gas is gas, says Stan, " The Irish Chick, Cape house Prom '99, 
Summer '99, senior year w/ML "count 'em up, " A-Blk 
movies. The study of Dirty Dancing, Riverside, courtyard 
spelling, frosh gym class sit-ups, UVA UVA UVA, PS, LG, 
AH, AL, LT-you guys are the best, mo'bitin'. End of song, 
beginning of story. 



Lindsay Turk 

Lifidsny 




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'If you're gonna finish you gol to begin, doltiTyou tear what 
you don't know just let that be your room to grow"... 
Memories: Liz, Polly, Jess, Amy, Ari, Lucas, Greg, Kimbo: 
you're the greatest friends, S-S Champs, Disney songs w/ CK 
and JT, A block movies, junior year lax, strip frisbee, laughing 
yf/ GJ (?MC?), third wheel. Cape May, Bertucd's, national- 
ism time-outs, ski trains, camping, sophomore festival, ka- 
rate. New Year's, always double down on 11 , doodlebug, art 
and Connery?... I'm through! 



To all the experiences that changed rhy life, esp7 theatre with 
Doon and killing Andy, Mr. Man, proms. New Years, and my 
flooded sweet sixteen, to the teachers who shaped my mind 
and watched me grow, and to all the wonderful people who 
touched my life and warmed my heart, esp. JD, JZ, CR, KR, 
BH, BM, SL, SP, PS, DB, and NS, I owe my joy and my 
laughter, my hopes and my dreams, and a journey I will never 
forget. "You don't stop laughing because you grow old, you 
grow old because you stop laughing." ILY M, D&B! 



Evan Yarian 

Evan 



Alexis Anne Zeiden 

Lexi 




Times have changed but Bud has stayed the same!... Nick- 
names: Ev, Shamrock, crazy Armenian... Likes: Ragers, 
Women, WPD... Pet Peeves: girls' ex boyfriends... Favorite 
People; West wood Crew, Norwood Crew, RA, SM, TF, JF, JP, 
JM, , RP, JB, DR, Aj, BO, BG, BM, GC, CM, CJ, MM, MB, JC, 
LM, CC, KL, KO, GL, FCC Crew... Memories:Parties at my 
house, Dick's, Tim's, Bohan's Good times with Norwood 
GirWDB, PK, LE, TF and the crew)Baron Lands, The Pears, 
Nf'rfolkCC toall mv crew and familv take care, I'll miss all of 



There is only one success — to be able to spend your life in 
your own way... Lex, Sexy Lexi... Welcome to we're in public, 
1 am a paper company. How YOU doing?... Favorite People: 
KM, AK, AK, SAHR, TC, HL, AO, RS, MC, LH, SM, AAC, K I ., 
DF, dp, BH, AL... Where Found:guidance, my house... 
Memories:B-day parties, H20 Fights, plays, Jr yr H-blk study, 
concerts, carmel, proms, gin, skinny dipping, field hockey 
games, WWII paper w/Amy, summer '99, Paris, Florida!... 
Thank vou Mi)m, Dad and fenn for vour love and support! 




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From the first day of school to fall sports and the first dance, the fall season is a tinne of much excitement around 
Westwood High School, and one of the season's most anticipated events is the fall play. This year, under the direction of 
first-year theater teacher Misti Wills, fifty students from all grades came together to produce an outstanding performance of 
Thornton Wilder's Our Town. All the performers, from the ensemble members and the "dead", to the leading actors and 
stage managers were able to work together to sensitively and poignantly capture Wilder's timeless message that only in 
death can we truly value life. 




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Damn Yankees 



On Apnl sixth, seventh, and eighth at 8 p.m. the musical production, Damn Yankees was presented by over eighty talented Westwood High School students 
under the theatrical direction of Misti Wills and the musical direction of James Giurleo. 

The musical comedy Damn Yankees tells the story of Joe Boyd, a loyal Washington Senators fan who will go to any lengths to see his beloved team win tl 
pennant, any lengths including making a deal with the Devil himself. The Devil, "Mr. Applegate," turns the middle-aged Joe Boyd into Joe Hardy, the golden b 
from Hannibal Missouri who leads the Senators to victory. What young Joe soon realizes, however, is that victory is a poor substitute for the life he left behin( 
and the audience is carried through his lively confrontation with the Devil and Satan's seductive sidekick, Lola. 

With sparkling performances from Joey Cullinane as Joe Boyd, Jonathan Dick as Joe Hardy, Velvet Richardson as Meg Boyd. Andrew Lucas as the Devil I 
and Abigail Fine as Lola as well as many other talented students on stage, behind the scenes, and in the pit orchestra, Westwood High School's Damn Yanke 
proved a hilarious and memorable production for both the audience and the performers alike. 




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Amy Lanning- Honorable Mention in grade 9 

Lindsay Turk- Silver Key in grade 9 

Jessica Turk-Gold Key and National Silver Key in 

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This Years Awards 

Christine Mooney-Silver Key 

Joseph Cecala-Two Honorable Mentions 

Lindsay Turk-Honorable Mention 

Katharine Lake- Gold Key 

Hillary Fix- Honorable Mention 





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Spanish and French Honoi 

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languages and recognizes 
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The National Honor Society is national organization that awards 
membership on recognition of a student's scholarship, leadership, 
service, and character. After an assesment of a student's academic 
record in the junior year, qualified students are invited to apply for 
membership in the Westwood High School Chapter. 
As demonstration of their individual commitment of the school and 
larger community, members of NHS particiapte in a variety of projects. 
TTiis year students helped organize the opening day of school, served as 
guides at the fall open house and parent conferences, volunteered on 
vacations tow ork with autistic children as SNARC, and escorted TEC 
students each morning in homerooms. NHS members became pen pals 
with kindergarten students in Westwood elementary schools and 
organized and ran a Red Cross blood drive at WHS that resulted in the 
donation of 70 pints of blood. In April, WHS inducted 35 new members 
in to NHS membership with a ceremony and reception held in the 
library media center. This years' graduates know they are leaving NHS 
in good hands. Thanks to Mrs. Walsh and Ms. Parks. 




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Legislative Council 

Thf Legislative Council is the law-making 
branch designed by the Westvvood High School 
Constitution. The Legislative Council orga- 
nizes community meetings and hears propos- 
als for changes or additions to the WHS Stu- 
dent Handbook. This year's council heard 
proposals on the use of electronic devices in 
school, the creation of a senior lounge, several 
changes in the attendance policy and the 
changes to the smoking policy. Subcommit- 
tees to study a new no-smoking policy, a hand- 
book review and a constitution review were 
also created. A working relationship with the 
WHS Site Council regarding handbook poli- 
cies was forged. Members of the Council 
worked closely with the Student Advisory 
Board to survey students about attitudes and 
opinions regarding school issues. 




Judicial Council 

The Judicial Council serves as the school court 
where any member of the High School com- 
munity may bring a case. The council also 
interprets the school constitution. The Coun- 
cil is composed of representatives from the 
student and faculty body. This year has proven 
to be exceptional, with the creation of a more 
clear process of bringing a hearing to the coun- 
cil. The new process will be added into the 
constitution as a new amendment at the very 
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Student Advisory Board 

Under the leadership of teacher/advisor Mrs. Hayes, President 
Edward Nairn, Vice President Brian Greenberg, Treasurer Aubrey 
Gustalli, Secretary Krystal Law, and Public Relations Coordina- 
tor Brett Boscho, the Student Board had an exceptionally suc- 
cessful year. The Board, consisting of six elected representatives 
from each salsas, acts as a liaison between students, faculty, and 
administration. Beginning with the fall Community Meeting, 
the Board, in collaboration with the Legislative Council, orga- 
nized an effective tolerance and diversity week with former 
Massachusetts Attorney General Scott Harshbarger as a guest 
speaker. Other speakers during the year included Senator Marion 
Walsh. 
social Awareness Week, on of SAB's most important functions, brought in dynamic speakers on such issues as substance abuse, diversity, 
md eating disorders. Student response to this year's week was unparalleled in enthusiasm and positive feedback. 

serving as the student liaison to the Westwood School committee was Edward Naim. The SAB Regional Representatives were Krystal Law 
md Edward Naim. 

Due to the hard work of teacher /advisor Mrs. Hayes, Safety Officer Paul Toland, and each member of the Board, the school benefited from 
he many effective events which encouraged students to explore the important social issues that face them as a community members. 





Arbitration Council 

Part of WHS governance structure, the Arbi- 
tration Council is comprised of students and 
faculty members who help members of the 
high school community resolve their disputes 
peacefully. Arbitration Council members ask 
parties to a dispute to "talk things out" and 
"brainstorm solutions" in order to create bind- 
ing agreements. Thankfully, no party to an 
Arbitration contract has ever broken his/her 
word during the eight-year life of the council. 




Negotiations 

The Negotiations Team was formed this year 
to compete in a pilot program with Wayland 
High School. A specific negotiations "game" 
was played and several negotiating strategies 
were tested out. The goal of the program is to 
teach students how to engage in a win-wing 
negotiations, where a best fair deal is reached 
for both parties. Westwood was the "winner" 
in the actual competition between Westwood 
and Wayland, and it is hoped that the program 
will become a permanent fixture at Westwood 
High School. 



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ELNA 

The ELNA Collaborative (Educations and Leader- 
ship for a Non-Violent Age) works to provide lead- 
ership training opportunities for high school stu- 
dents and educate students about diversity, toler- 
ance, conflict resolution, and politically and socially 
sensitive issues. Students involved in ELNA at 
Westwood have attended tvvo conferences and dis- 
trict organization meets. Upperclassmen also con- 
tributed their expertise at a middle school confer- 
ence as facilitators and all members have attended 
month school ELNA meets. ELNA conference topics 
ranged from suicide prevention, teen dating vio- 
lence, substance abuse, the impact of the media, 
human rights and intervention. The Students con- 
tinue to demonstrate enthusiasm for this 
extraOcurricvilar activity. Many students have con- 
veyed an interest to increase the participation in 
ELNA by designing programs that benefit Westwood 
High School and Community. 




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Improv 

Though off to a rough start, the improv club 
managed to pull it together by mid-February 
for a stunning performance at the Talent Show. 
Wowing the judges with their dazzling "wits," 
they received a total score of -7. So, they 
continue to work hard and perfect their im- 
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Peer Counselors 

The purpose of Peer Counselors is to teach stu- 
dents how to develop basic counseling skills and 
attitudes. The goal is to develop positive attitudes 
toward helping others and serving as positive role 
models for younger students. They also provide 
valuable support when a student must deal with 
considerable outside pressure. To become a Peer 
Counselor, students devote much of their time to 
trainingsessions and then time during their school 
day when they their peer counseling meetings. 
This year, they involved themselves in ninth grade 
discussion groups, with different topics ranging 
from acceptance to preparing for mid-year exams. 
They also attended a conference at Framingham 
State College, went to Hale Reservation with the 
eight graders, and helped tour the eight grade 
during Orientation. Students also serve as tutors, 
able to work one-to-one with personal issues. 
Thanks very much to Mrs. Armstrong for her 
dedication to all the Peer Counselors. 



Mentors 

The Mentor Program is an opportunity for high 
school students who live in Westwood to teach 
and act as role models for children in their commu- 
nity. Mentors can volunteer in a variety of differ- 
ent ways, and can volunteer as httle or as much as 
they have time for. The program is run by Kristin 
Batista, who is the Youth Services Counselor at the 
Youth Commission. This year, juniors and seniors 
volunteered one Friday every month at the Teen 
Center at Thurston Middle School. The Mentors 
were responsible for supervising the gym and 
dance areas, selling candy and soda, as well as 
acting as responsible models for the seventh and 
eight graders at Thurston. Mentors also volun- 
teered for the Friends Network, which is a Big 
Brother / Big Sister type program that matches high 
school volunteers with elementary school chil- 
dren. Mentor met with their little friends for an 
hour once a week from January to May. Through 
the Body Safety Theater Program, Mentors taught 
hird graders how to keep their bodies safe. Members rehearsed skits from February to May in order to prepare for their final performance, 
/lentors also did a Disability Awareness Program assisting in teaching second graders awareness of blindness, deafness, physical challenges, 
nd mental retardation. Many students volunteered at the Drop in Program at Thurston. Every Thursday after school until 4:00 PM, Mentors 
pent time with middle school students who attended the Youth Commission's after school program. There they played games, talked, and 
lelped with homework. A special thanks goes to Kristin Batista for her help with this program. 





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Key Club 




The Key Club is a community service organizaiton. Members volunteer on a individual basis 
at local places such as the Ellis Nursing Home. This year Key Club made trips to the Ellis Nursing 
home once a month, the first time in a number of years. Carnations were successfully sold during 
Valentines Day, and the money was donated. For the first time, also in a number of years, Key 
Club collected food at Thanksgiving. A Christmas Stocking Stuffer was done, where they Key 
Club stuffed stockings with small presents for the homeless. This year was also successful in the 
Pennies for Pine Street, were students and faculty donated lots of money. Thanks goes to Mrs. 
Ann Matteson for her time and encouragement. 





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Walking Octopus 

The Walking Octopus is a student newspaper 
under the direction of Mr. James Strancel. Our 
duty, we beheve, has been to inform the school 
community of relevant news. Because we are 
published through a local newspaper, we have 
also been able to spread news about the school 
the general community. This year, we over- 
came numerous problems, but still ended to 
have a great year. The staff is headed by Karen 
Martell, as chief editor, and Catherine Frieman, 
as assistant editor. 




No Parentheses 

The purpose of No Parentheses is to provide 
an opportunity for students to publish their 
prose, poetry, and artwork. This year, the 
magazine held a poetry and cover contest with 
money prizes. After reading, we selected the 
best of the lot and published it. Special thanks 
goes to Mrs. Baraza. 




Academic Decathlon 

Each year, high schools throughout the nation 
compete in a series of meets known collec- 
tively as Academic Decathlon. The meets, 
which begin around eight in the morning, on 
Saturday, involved a series of tests in subjects 
of mathematics, science, social sciences, eco- 
nomics, literature, art, and music. For a rela- 
tively new team, Westwood this year made it 
to the State Finals, and receiving numerous 
awards. Congratulations to all the members 
for an outstanding performance this year, and 
a special thanks to Mr. Dore for all his hard 
work. 



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Breakdancing 



It all started ten years ago, when a breaker 
known as the Sloth, known for the most in- 
credible moves in slow-motion, came upon 
the dance floors of the NYC club scene. He 
now has gone underground in small suburban 
school to teach his sacred art, and so it 
began... Klash: the man of spins, Sasser: the 
man of style, Keepa': the man of lank, Javellan: 
the man of jactitude, Juju: they still have no 
built a circle large enough to contain this man. 
Shaft: the worm, Purpna; David J Purpura, 
Clocker: the man of heart, Shogun: the Nige- 
rian Nightmare, Naked Scott: the man of vor- 
tex, and Krj'Stal Law: she's got skillz. 
The BreakerZ would come to dominate every 
performance that they graced. Their style and 
flavor could not be matched by any, not even 
Pizzazz. And as they claimed victory in their 
dance battles, they rest assured that their legacy 
would not be forgotten. 




Chess 

The Westwood Chess Team has record season 
this year. For the first time in over a decade, we 
reached the playoffs witht he fourth-best record 
in the league. In the semifinal of the South 
Shore Interscholastic Chess League team tour- 
nament, we lost a hard-fought match the even- 
tual undefeated champions Roxbury Latin, a 
team whose top players were trained by a grand- 
master coach. (Izzat Jarudi and David Purpura 
still challenged them in close matches). 
Despite that tough loss, our chess team played 
extremely well as the SSICL individual tourna- 
ment where Westwood's rank number one Izzat 
Jarudi and rant number three Jonathan Murphy, 
defeated league's top players and confirmed 
their ranks on our team by finishing first and third in the entire league. Congratulations 
to all our team players, four of whom graduate this year, and to the veteran an new chess 
club members who will continue Westwood's tradition of excellence in chess. 




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Pizzazz 

"Pizzazz!" is a group of some of the most talented and energetic 
singers and dancers in Westwood High School. Only in its fourth 
year, the infant jazz chorus has already achieved great accom- 
plishments, the highlight of which being the Medal of Excellence 
won at the North American Music Festival in New York. This 
year the group dazzled audiences throughout the Bay Stated 
with their show stopping renditions of "Season of Love" from 
"Rent," "All that Jazz" from "Chicago," "Caberet," and many 
other hits. The groups stunning vocals and amazing dance skills 
are made possible by music director Diane Leggere and the 
incredibly talented choreographer, Susie Michelson. The mem- 
ber of Pizzazz are also involved in a variety of other activities. 
Every member of Pizzazz is incredibly proud of how far the 
group has come since it's recent creation. With six seniors 
graduating from the group this year, many upcoming students 
will have the ability to participate in the group next year. There's 
only one requirement-you have to have pizzazz! 



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Drama Club 

Continuing on the tradition, the Drama club 
put on a number of different activities. Start- 
ing off with the annual fall play, which was a 
big hit. While it landed on the same night as 
the Spanish Honor Society induction ceremony, 
the play attracted a great audience and perfor- 
mance. The next task was the Kids on the 
Block. This program is directed by the club to 
educate children about disability awareness. 
A special thanks goes out to Mrs. Kelsch for all 
her hard work this year. 




Peer Educators/SAAD 

Peer Educators/SAAD have the joint purpose 
of educating fellow students about the need to 
make responsible decisions in all areas of their 
life. The group attended several conferences 
this year to learn about activities and strategies 
that would work in furthering the cause of 
convincing fellow students to do the right 
thing, particularly regarding substance abuse. 
Peed Educators worked closely with Officer 
Paul Toland, who was invaluable in assisting 
the group with relevant issues to present to 
fifth graders an annual visit to pre-prom ac- 
tivities were also sponsored 



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Math Team 

The Math Team competes five times a year for 
the Southeastern Massachusetts Mathematics 
League. Practices are held monthly, but prepa- 
ration is necessary. THe members compete in 
three rounds each and ten minutes to answer 
three problems in each round. Every round 
deals with a different aspect of mathematics 
including algebra, trigonometry, and geom- 
etry. A special thanks and welcome back goes 
out to Mrs. Relleva, who coached us this year 
after take a leave of absence. 




Amnesty International 

Amnesty is an organization that advocates the 
rights of those held captive by oppressive gov- 
ernments around the world. Moderated by 
Kristin Small and advised by Mrs. Stati, the 
group organized letter writing marathons and 
enhanced student awareness. 




Dance Team 





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Mock Trials 

The Mock Trial program is sponsored by the 
Massachusetts Bar Association and involves 
more than 150 high schools around the state. 
Teams are given cases to try in courtrooms 
often with judges or clerk magistrates presid- 
ing. Students must represent both plaintiff 
and defendants, preparing evidence, question 
witnesses, and make opening and closing re- 
marks, just as they would in real trial situa- 
tions. Students play on the parts, prepare their 
questions, and their witness performances. 
This exercise it excellent for preparation for 
public speaking as well as quick thinking. 
They year's team one of it's three trials in 
convincing fashion. The team would like to 
thank Mr. Mark Superco, Attorney Chris 
Poreda, and Mrs. JoAnn Stati, for their help an 
invaluable assistance. 




School Store 

This year Jon Dick and Andy Lucas decided it 
would be a great idea to start a student run 
store! This store would benefit the senior class 
fund, and it sure did. IT raked in almost fifty- 
thousand dollars and eight cents, despite 
heated competition from the cafeteria store. 
Luckily in a West Side Story style standoff, the 
lunch ladies were defeated. Therefore the 
basion of goodness, the school store was saved. 
The ladies flocked to Jon and Andy (not to 
Eoghan) and they were made Principal for a 
day. In the mean time, the store received a new 
paint job, a statue of a naked man and a 
Backstreet Boys poster. Good luck next year. 
Special thanks to the lovely Steph Praino, Cass 
Gutner, and Colleen Glennon for the hard 
work and supreme paint job. 



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Jazz Band 





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Ecolibrium 

Ecolibrium was organized by students ten 
years ago to promote the interest of a clean 
environment. Goals of the club are to increase 
awareness as Westwood high School of issues 
of pollution, loss of biodiversity, habitat de- 
struction, and solutions for this global prob- 
lems. Ecolibrium operated on a small scale 
this year, involved primarily in school-wide 
paper recycling. 




Specti 



trum 

Spectrum is made up of a group of students 
whose goal is to widen the Westwood school 
community's exposure to issues concerning 
people of alternative hfestyles and to promote 
tolerance through education. All students are 
welcome to participate. Thanks go out to 
Kristin Corcoran and James Strancel. 




Unity 



Unity is a group of students who sociall and 
civially recognizse everyone as equals. Unity 
held meetings during lunch where issues that 
we faced in our school, communities, and 
world, were discussed. At the beginning of the 
year we attended the annual Team Harmony 
Rally that is a central focus of discussions were 
racism, tolerance, and celebration of diversity. 
Being that everyone is equal in our group, we 
feel the need not to elect officers. Everyone has 
an opinion, not just one person. 



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Green Years 2000 




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The summer of 2000 is almost over and Green 
Years 2000 is almost finislied. When I tooi< on the 
task of yearbook advisor I knew it would be a lot of 
work, but I never understood, until now, exactly 
how much work goes into putting together a 
yearbook. This is a very important memento of 
your high school years that you will treasure for 
many years to come, myself and the Green Years 
staff wanted to make this the best we possibly 
could for you, the class of 2000. 
I would like to thank my editors, Alexis, Lavinia, 
Kate, and Susie. These four girls put in endless 
hours of work during the school year and into the 
summer. I could never have done it without you! I 
will always remember you and my first year as 
advisor to the yearbook. I would like to thank the 
many other students; both seniors and juniors who 
helped out as well. Thanks also to Mr. Flahive, a 
former Green Years advisor, who answered endless 
questions, allowed me to attend training sessions, 
and who's wisdom saw me through many a 
dilemma including the crash of the yearbook 
computer in June when we lost everything we had 
done so far. Despite difficulties we have finally 
almost finished this book. We hope you enjoy it. I 
would like to extend a special thanks to Chris Kim 
for his help all summer long with the sports section, 
and to Maia Sharuk, who also worked with me all 
summer long to get this 2000 edition done. 
I also want to say that 1 really have enjoyed being 
Green Years advisor and I look forward to many 
more years of being the yearbook advisor for 
Westwood High School. Enjoy your yearbook, we 
had a blast putting it together for you. 

Ms. Marie Plunkett 



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Here's the Deal with the Golf Team 




Turbo Booster Award- Tom Reece. Best Golfer- Andy Burke. 
Spalding Award- Adam Bernazzani. 








Memories: IstholeatCummaquid- 
Start Tournament Qualifying. Good 
times in the club wagon, Hulkster, car 
wars- bottles and cans flying, beating 
Berno and Cosgrove everyday at 
practice. Bunch Buggy's, polyester pants 
during D/S match, OOOOHBERNIE, 
BERNIE. Pipe it down! Berno- Santa 
Clause commercial- life time supply of 
Coke, sloppy eater, Andy Burke- 
enjoying freshman initiation, getting 
pulled over, J.C. doing karaoke, bus ride 
to and from Eastward Ho! FFD's at 
Grampy's, Cozy's stupid sayings, THE 
LLAMA. Thanks for everything, Mr. 
Kodzis. 



Most Memorable Match: 

Our most memorable match 
was against Bellingham when 
we needed to win in order to go 
to the state tournament. Thanks 
to Phil Holden and Brian 
Osganian, who took all three 
points in the last group to carry 
the team one last time, we beat 
Bellingham, 7-5. 




M.V.P.: Tom Reece 

Unsung Hero: Brian 

Baldassari 

Sportsmanship: Brian 

Osganian 

League All-Stars: Tom 

Reece, Tim Holden 



lest to Next Year's Team: Lots of luck to the person who plays with Cosgrove and a bottle of Pepto-Bismol for the Holdens. 



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Don't Call it a Comeback, We've Been Here for Years 

Captains: Jeff Piersons, 
Nic Goebeler, Joey 
Fierimonte 





We had a slow start, losing our first two games to 
Duxbury and Hopkinton. On the first play of the second 
game, we lost our captain, Nic Goebeler, to a broken 
wrist. Mark Narciso and Buck Pendergast did a great job 
filling in for the loss. We came back with a win against D- 
S our third week, but fell back again with a tough loss to 
Ashland in the final minutes. An emotional win against 
Millis, the eventual Super Bowl champs, set us on a four 
game winning streak, in which we beat Medway, and 
destroyed Medfield and Wayland beyond all recognition. 
Despite Medfield coming into their homecoming game 
against us thinking they were going to break a 30-year 
losing streak, we scored 25 points in the first half and 
decided to take it easy on them in the second half. 
Unfortunately, our Super Bowl hopes were destroyed in a 
heartbreaking loss to a bunch of hicks. We ended the 
season on a good note by beating Holliston on Thanksgiv- 
ing in a rematch of the freshman mudbowl. 



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Scoreboard: 




Duxbury 


14-0 


L 


Hopkinton 


32-0 


L 


D-S 


14-7 


W 


Ashland 


7-6 


L 


Millis 


20-19 


W 


Medway 


20-14 


W 


*Medfield 


25-0 


W 


Wayland 


35-0 


W 


Bellingham 


18-6 


L 


Holliston 


19-7 


W 


*31 years in a row! 


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Most Memorable Game: 
Millis 

Memories: "balls away" 

Goebeler and Bradley 

damaging lockers 

Bill Ryan's return 

"Pour Sonne Sugar on Me" 

Farren's jumping jacks 

Bradley's poems 

"Shut the *@=! Up" 

Farren's jokes 

Captains that can give 

speeches 

"Hey we just lost here!" 

Creative Awards: 

Healthiest shoulders: Jeff 

Piersons 

Most likely not to break his 

wrist on the first play: Nic 

Goebeler 

Longest award ever: see above 

Most dedication: Austin Curran 

Best dance: Chris Mudarri 

Best singer: Steve Mullen 

Most likely to quit midseason: 

Bill Ryan 

Senior Standouts: 
Tim Farren;Reaiiy stepped 
it up this season and helped to 
drive our defense. His 
leadership helped the captains 
rebuild our team this year. 
Bill Ryan; Bill played a great 
3 1/2 years. He stepped up 
this year to become our best 
defensive player. Steve 
Mullen; His great speed got 
him open almost every game, 
his much improved hands 
helped him actually catch the 
ball. 



MVP: Joey Fierimonte 

Unsung Hero: Bill Ryan 
Sportsmanship: Tim 

Farren 

League All-Stars: Jeff 
Piersons. Joey Fierimonte, 
MarkNarciso 



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"Girls Just Want to Have Fun!" 




QUEST TO NEXT YEARS TEAM: 

ip to tourney, a three mile run during double sessions, plenty of bacon to steal 







MOST MEMORABLE GAME: 
Our last game against Bellingham 
was a game that really meant a lot to 
all of the seniors (Devany even dove). 
We played one of our best games and 
tied Bellingham for the first time in ten 
years. 

CREATIVE AWARDS: "^ 

Most likely to fall down during a 
game-RobynBurman j 

Most likely to be injured for long | 
periods of time-Devany Rezendes 
Most likely to sit out on runs for 
"captain's duties"-Abby Killelea 
Cherry coke addict and bacon 
stealer-Amy Killelea 
Most likely to be hated by officials 
and opposing teams-Georgy Lent 
Most likely to be an opera star-Sara 
McGowan 

Most likely to know all of 
Westwood's gossip-Jen Bohan 







MEMORIES: 

Georgy's fall over the tire, "steal that 
bacon", UCONN camp skits, Robyn's 
music, Sara's constant singing, 
Twinkie power, cherry coke, the 
handicapped door, bus rides when 
Meg "misbehaved", food fights, yelling 
chicken, Devany putting ice cream in 
Robyn's face, getting lost going to 
Bellingham, Juli's awesome managing 
skills, Georgy and Alissa's "year off", 
Jen S. (our J. Crew modle), and our 
number one fans: Lexi, Tree, and 
Sahr. 



We may not have had a lot of 
wins, but we played hard and 
definitely had a lot of fun this 
year. Although we graduated 
ten seniors last year, we were 
still a team with winning on 
our minds and in our hearts. 
The beginning of the season 
was one of many new 
experiences. We were 
playing with many new 
players, but a close bond 
formed between all of us very 
rapidly. We got to know one 
another and strategized 
position formations. We had 
a lot of tough games and a lot 
of tough practices, but 
through them all we remained 
a close team who supported 
one another. We would have 
liked to win more games, but 
we know we played with a lot 
of heart. The end of our 
season was our strongest and 
we finally played how we 
knew we could. Our last 
game against Bellingham was 
full of intensity and the tie 
meant a lot to the whole team. 




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BOYS 





enior Standouts: 
Brian Greenberg, "THE WALL," was an 
intimidating presence between the 
pipes in his only season of high school 
soccer. The tall, lanky redhead was a 
fan favorite, and the local papers never 
failed to mention the three tremendous 
saves he made each game. 
Kieran O'Leary hit the field in the early 
season as a relative unknown. By the 
end he was a feared defender recog- 
nized by all the TVL. His combination 
of crushing blows and iron bones made 
him one of the most respected players 
on the pitch. 

Fondly known as "Bubba," Mike 
Berube was a force on the field. Along 
with Kierbo, Bubba was one of the 
most physically dominating defenders 
of the league. However, his play would 
have improved dramatically if he could 
have just stopped staring at the ten- 
year-olds on the sidelines. 



AREYOUTHERIOUTH? 




Most Mennorable Game: Going into 

Holliston with a dismal 0-11-1 record In the last 
twelve meetings, we were hoping to leave the pitch 
with at least our dignity. Flashbacks of 6-1 
embarrassments rushed through our heads. Our 
only motivators were the tie we had managed last 
year and the three game unbeaten streak we were 
currently riding. After thirty-five minutes of 
deadlocked play, a sudden burst of hidden skill by 
freshman David Duff and Kevin Jurovaty left us 
with a one goal lead going into halftime. For the 
rest of the game the incredible defense stopped 
every desperate charge that the Cougars made. 
When all was said and done, we walked off the 
pitch with a 1 -0 upset and celebrated Coach's first 
win over Holliston. 



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iquest to Next Year's Team: Duff's thesaurus, dinner at Scalzy's , Martin's storytelling, Harrison's wisdom, the offense, and only hope for any sort of replace- 
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M.V.P.: All nine seniors 
Unsung Hero: All nine seniors 
Sportsmanship: Chris Kim 
League All-stars: Chris Coy, Sean 
Lancey 




Memories: Tourney, 
"tenacious," Coach's first VV 
against Holliston, Medway 
the defending state 
champs-"Areyou 
theriouth?" THE WALL 
scores, GEARY, GEARY, 
Java the pig, Mr. Happy, 
spaghetti dinners. Coach's 
practice-ending anecdotes, 
penguins and seals, 
breaking bones, four hours 
of loaded fun, 
SUPERFANS. 




Creative Awards: Unstoppable 
Award-The defense and the WALL/ 
JUDGE combo. Iron Bones Award- 
Kieran O'Leary. Team Posterboy- 
Chris Kim. Teen Wolves-Conor 
Cashman and Kian Setayesh. Best 
Hearing-Chris Coy. Best Sports- 
manship-James Caruso. Most 
Likely to Strut Instead of Run-Martin 
Hanlon-Smith. Most Intimidating- 
Ryan Scales. Most Likely to Get 
Knocked Over by the Wind-Bud 
Griffin. Most Likely to Hit on the 
Sheehan School Girls-Bubba. Team 
Superfan-Chris Jacobs. 



Summary of Season: After 

coming out strong against Millis and 
Ashland, we had high hopes for the 
season. However, after two straight 
losses to Medfield and Hopkinton, we 
saw that it would not be easy. Things 
finally gelled as we ran off on an 
eleven game unbeaten streak, 
beginning with a physical beating on 
Dover/Sherborn that unfortunately 
ended as a tie, and also included 
another tie against the defending 
Division three state champs, 
Medway. We tore up the league with 
the team's first win over Holliston In 
over five years, and came from 
behind for another tie with Medway. 
Too bad, Geary. The next day we 
took the field needing only two points 
for a tourney berth against an 
unknown Nantucket team. By the 
end of the day, the Whalers were 
heading back to their island with a 6-0 
loss and we had our first tourney 
berth in three years. When the 
unbeaten streak was finally over, we 
had clinched tourney and shocked the 
league. The tourney run began with 
the seniors' last home game against 
a tough Bishop Connolly team. The 
two teams played in a deadlock for 
most of the game, but we knew we 
could win. With the clock winding 
down, James Caruso sent a beautiful 
cross over the eighteen where tri- 
captain Chris Coy was waiting. Coy 
placed a perfect header into the left 
side of the net with less than ten 
seconds to go. We had momentum 
going into our next match against 
Archbishop Williams, but fate was not 
on our side as we suffered a 
heartbreaking season ending loss, 



Scoreboard: 

4 Millis 

1 Ashland 1 

Medfield 2 

Hopkinton 1 

1 Dover-Sherborn 1 

Medway 

3 Bellingham 1 

1 Holliston 
Millis 

2 Ashland 1 

Medfield 

3 Hopkinton 

1 Medway 1 

5 Nantucket 

2 Bellingham 

1 Holliston 5 

Dover-Sherborn 3 

2 Nantucket 
Regular season record 8-4-6 
Post Season 

1 Bishop Connolly 

1 Archbishop Williams 



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GIRLS 

Making History 




SENIOR STANOUTS: 
Courtney Kenney- A 

very flexible woman, 
Courtney often led the team 
in group stretches before 
the games. Clearly her 
agility paid off, as she was a 
ruthless force on the field. 
Our opponents always 
cowered in fear before this 
savage animal. 

Aubrey Cochrane- Due 

to after-school activities, 
Aubrey was frequently late 
to practice. However, this 
never showed during 
games. A versatile and 
skilled player, Aubrey, 
affectionately known as 
Wonderwoman, moved from 
one position to another with 
the greatest of ease. 

Jess Turk- Jess provided 
the team with an emotional 
high throughout the season. 
After returning to tourna- 
ment actions with an 
impressive battle scar, she 
gave the team great 
inspiration from her position 
as left half-back. 



CAPTAINS: 

Amy Henes, Stephanie Praino, 

Cristen Butler 




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3EQUEST TO NEXT YEARS TEAM: 

Delay, delay, face-up, tackle," and a season free of accusations. 




MOST MEMORABLE GAME: 
During the regular season, we had lost to 
Medway in a close 2-1 game, but avenged our 
loss with a 1-0 victory at their home field. 
Going into the South Sectional Finals, we knew 
the game could go either way. However, just 
getting to this game was an accomplishment in 
itself, and no other Westwood team had ever 
made it this far. After 100 minutes of fearless 
and emotional play, the score remained tied at 
0-0. We clinched victory in the South Sectional 
Championship in a shootout with goals by 
Stephanie Praino and Jess Turk. Christine 
Ryan continued her incredible tournament play 
by making two important saves in the shootout. 




M.V.P.: 

Courtney Kenney 

UNSUNG HERO: 

Anna Cochrane 

SPORTSMAN- 
SHIP: 

Polly Smith 

LEAGUE ALL- 
STARS: 

1st team- Courtney 
Kenney, Amy Henes, 
Lindsay Turk 
2nd team- Cristen 
Butler, Anna Cochrane, 
Aubrey Cochrane, 
Stephanie Praino 



The core of the team consisted of 
thirteen seniors, complemented 
by a talented group of underclass- 
man. With a season plagued by 
injuries, many people were 
skeptical of our ability to adjust to 
these hardships. However, the 
team maintained a positive 
attitude throughout the entire 
season. We finished second in 
the Tri-Valley League and earned 
first seed in the tournament 
rankings. The team was slowly 
starting to heal as tournament 
play began. We rolled past 
Norwell and Medfield and went on 
to defeat our long time rival, 
Hanover. Then, in the South 
Sectional Final, we defeated 
Medway in an emotional shootout. 
Christine Ryan posted a shut-out 
of 327 minutes in tournament 
play. Only a breakaway goal 
within the last five minutes of the 
EMass Final against Marian 




MEMORIES: 

Sanitary napkins/bananas in 
lambskin; MIAA rules; soccer 
banquet; Nubb's shorts; bus 
talks and handy advice- life 
lessons; Liz's injury; Carolina's 
cheers; pasta dinners; beating 
Hanover; BSB; Ground Round. 

CREATIVE AWARDS: 

The Sweaty Goose Dung Award- 
Christine Ryan 
Triple D Award (Dedication, 
Determination, Discipline)- Anna 
Cochrane 

The "Am I Sexual?" Award- 
Maggie Distasio 
Sumo-Soccer Player- Ah Hoch 




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Girlz In Spandex 




We had an awesome season, despite injuries We got off 

to a slow start but finished strong. We lost and won 

together. We had a really strong team and together we 

overcame obstacles and had a very strong season. 

Memories: Mac getting thrown in the pool, Abby's 

parties, Lauren's "strong finishes". Papa Gino's, 

Scavenger hunt, bus rides, spandex 

Most likely not to finish a race-Lauren Perkins 

Most likely to do homework at a meet- Erin 

Kinney 

Most likely to run five times a day- Jill Kalhert 

Most likely to beat up John Sharry- Katie Mac 

Most likely to throw a party- Abby Onderdonk 

Most Memorable Meet: When Abby got first place 

in the Ashland meet. Go Abs!! 

Senior Standouts: Abby Onderdonk- Abby had her 

best season ever. She was a great leader for her team. 

Katte MacDonald- Katie ran her heart out. She was an 

enthusiastic leader who kept team spirits high. 

M.V.P- Jill Kalhert 

Unsung Hero- Katie Mac 

Sportsmanship- Abby Onderdonk 




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Bequest to Next Years team: Run as One 



May the Course Be With You 

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We finished with a 3-3 record, a two-victory improvement over the previous season. This year was a total team effort. After losing six of the 
teams top ten runners from last year, and only gaining one freshman-"Yeah Kinney" -the team worked hard and had a successful season, while 
also having fun. From our walks through thorn bushes to our swims at Hale Reservation, and sophomore standouts Andrew Carken and John 
Sharry performing at high levels, we had a great season. 

Memories: Running through thorn bushes. Swimming at Hale, Kinney's first race. Papa Gino's, Pasta parties at Abby's, and Katie Mac Beating 
up Sharry. 

Most likely to fall down a well: Mike "Timmy" O'Toole 
Most likely to get beat up by Katie Mac: John Sharry 
Most likely to get injured before the season: Bill McHugh 
Most likely to lead the team through the bushes: David Purpura 
Most likely to complain about running and the win the race: Andrew Carlsen 
Most likely to be the only one with a Westwood warm-up suit: James Ricciatio 
Most Memorable Meet: Kiimey's first finish. ..you had to be there.. .to see. ..and to smell. 
Senior Standouts: 

James Ricciato: James was consistently one of our top rurmers on the team, and he was the hardest worker on the team. No one on the team put in 
more effort throughout the season than James did. Bill McHugh (Captain): After getting injured before the start of the season. Bill came back 
strong and was one of our top runners. He always kept the underclassmen in line and was a great personality for the team, especially with his 
inspirational speeches. David Pupura (Captain): Dave was on of our most consistent runners. He made improvements throughout the season and 
came in at the end of the year. He was a good leader for the team. He always steered the team on the right course. 
M.V.P. Andrew Carlsen 
Unsung Hero: David Purpura 
Sportsmanship: Bill McHugh 
League All-Stars: Andrew Carlsen 



Bequest to Next Year's Team: A map through the woods and lots 
of Band-Aids. 




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It was a season of ups and 
downs. There were many 
moments of happiness, but 
more of sadness. We went into 
the season with two-returning 
players, six players with JV 
experience, and many new 
players. Our JV team from the 
1998 season was instantly 
transformed into a Varsity 
team. The new intensity that 
we faced, as players, was too 
hard for such a young team. 
We knew it would be a hard 
season, so we had to be strong 
mentally, and work together. 
With volleyball five days a 
week, our beginners instantly 
changed into what Mr. Gillis 
would refer to as, "Varsity 
caliber material." We grew as a 
team, and will be successful as 
one in the season the 2000 
season. 



Most Memorable Game:Our one win of the season, it was great. 



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Bequest to Next Year's Team: 

Peaceful bus rides, fewer injuries, and a successful season. 




Captains: Melanie Fisher, Meghan Kehoe 





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MVP: Melanie Fisher 
Unsung Hero: Tara 
Sadooghl 
Sportsmanship: 

Jenny Hannon 

League All-Stars: 

Tara Sadooghl, Melanie 
Fisher, Kerri Bergan 




Senior Standouts: Sara 

Sabokrooh 

Sara was by far our stand out 
senior, partly because well. 
She was our only senior. She 
always tried 1 1 0% and never 
got down on herself. When 
people were having prob- 
lems, she was always there 
to help resolve them. Thanks 
for a great season! 
Good Luck in college! 





Most likely to get hit in 

the face with the ball: 

Kaity Clifford 

Most likely to hit a serve 

off the ceiling: Sara 

Sabokrooh 

Most likely to be quiet: 

Tara Sadooghl & Sheila 

Kelly 

Most likely to leave the 

game in an ambulance: 

Kara O'Connor 



Memories: 

Police trouble in Walpole, 
Spaghetti Dinners, Bus ride 
songs, "Way to use your head, 
Cliffy!" All Hesch, #1 fan! 
Hebs, Andrew Salter, #1 
boyfriend. Laham getting 
tossed. "Lever the..." 




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GIRLS 




We've Got the Flow 




This year the girls' swimming and diving 
team splashed its way to another impres- 
sive season. Overcoming obstacles such 
as pool renovations and daily treks to 
Wheaton College, the unstoppable girls' 
swim team gave it all they had. With 
guidance from swimming coach Tina 
"Tini" Spiniello and diving coach Jim 
"Jimmy" Kelly, the girls were pushed to 
the best performance possible. This 
pressure proved effective. Westwood 
finished with an incredible 9-3 record and 
finished second at the South Sectional 
meet. Throughout the season, sports- 
manship and team spirit never left the 
team. WE RULE, SMURFS DROOL! 



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Creative Awards: Best Attendance- Maria. Most 
Punctual- Hillary and Gina. Team Freak: Danielle M. Most 
Likely to Put Papa Gino's Out of Business- Chhssie Duff. 
Best Relay: the Divers. 




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M.V.P.: Chrissie Duff 
Unsung Hero: Amy Lanning 
Sportsmanship: Liz Tracey 
League All-stars: Amy 

Lanning, Chrissie Duff, Beth 
Stoker, Melissa Hamilton, Hillary 
Taglienti, Danielle Menard. 





Memories: Wheaton, 

truth sessions, the long- 
lasting goldfish, all you can 
eat, the weekly pasta 
parties, all the boy bands, 
Danielle's tub of animal 
crackers, Hillary's tattoos, 
Jim's video camera, French 
braids, crazy toilet papering, 
Big Green with Feehan, 
Gina's lucky tummy rub, 
hoochie Seekonk outfits, 
where are Gina and Hillary? 
Liz's pre-practice treats, tye- 
dye beaters, our ribbed 
coverups. Pep Rally? What 
are those? the bath tub, 
Smurfs. 



Most Memorable 
Meet: The most 
memorable meet had to 
be Conferences when the 
whole team came together 
with the common desire to 
beat Seekonk. Also, 
because the whole team 
was not at sectionals, 
coming in third place was 
an incredible feat. 




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GIRLS INDOOR 



Bequest to Next Years Team: Claim the gym as yours!! Beat 
Bellingham and Ashland!! 




Captains: Cassidy Gutner, Velvet 
Richardson, Katie Lake, Joanne McCarthy, 
and Lauren Perkins 





Our season was plagued by lack of numbers. With a total of 15 girls on the team we never had a 

meet that everyone was able to attend. Due to the low numbers we knew it would be hard to make 

an impact on the league, but we still practiced and were able to tie Ashland in a very close meet. 

The TLV meet yielded better results for the team. A few advanced to the final heats and some were 

able to take places away from some of the leagues best. Many girls decided to look beyond league 

standings and focus on qualifying for States, which became a reality for four girls on the team. 

Memories: "Gas is Gas" says Stan, nicknames, getting kicked out of the gym, snow storms, 

watching the boys win, Reggie Meets, States, line drills, TVL Meet, prunes, coaches hat, broken 

busses. 

Most likely to say, "I'm sorry": Lauren "Squeaks" Greenberg 

Most likely to have a crisis: Katelyn Testa 

Most likely to be seen doing extra laps: Courtney"Chatterbox" Goodie 

Most dramatic: Perkins Sisters 

Most likely to get things under control: Cassidy Gutner 

Senior Standouts: 

Amy HcMcs- Although she was rarely seen at practice. Amy owned the 1000 in the TVL. 

She consistently gave the team points and was the only member of the team to successfully take on 

10 Holliston girls. 

Auhry Cochrane-Despite coming down with mono during the season, Aubry managed to help the 

team in almost every meet. She came back to practice a few weeks later and was able to jump into 

the two mile in her first week back. 

Anna Cochraiw-Anna was able to improve her mile time every meet and help score points for the 

team. She was always willing to run a leg of the relay and never complained. 

Awards: 

Co-MVP: Katelyn Testa and Lauren Perkins 

Sportsmanship: Cassidy Gutner 

Honorable Mentions: Joanne McCarthy, Cassidy Gutner, and Katelyn Testa 



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Senior Standouts: 

Brian Osganian- If not for the 
numerous physical problems 
that hampered him throughout 
the season, "The Worm" would 
surely have led the team in 
rebounding. 

John Primpas- With his light- 
ning-quick hands and lightning- 
quick car, "Beef was a con- 
stant source of bench support 
for the team. 

MVP: Jeff Piersons 

Unsung Hero: Andrew Salter 

Sportsmanship: Brian 

Osganian 

League All-stars: Brian 

Greenberg, Jeff Piersons, 

Andrew Salter 



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Three memorable games stand out in our season. The first was our game 
in Medway at a gym in which the team had not emerged victoriously in the 
recent past, until this year. We beat "GEARY" and his cohorts handily 
with an array of highlight reel plays while superfan Mudarri reminded one 
particular headband-clad player that "his last name is Hickey." The 
second was our game in (Tr)Ashland,, where we sought revenge for the 
chlorine incident. Despite the abundance of trash in the stands, we 
regained control of the TVL with a close victory over the Matt O'Donnell 
Show. The final most memorable game was actually the final game 
against Canton. The seniors really came together and showed our 
experience. Although "Pendergrass" and "Jablowski" were victorious, it 
was a very memorable finale for Primetime, Jup, the Worm, Beef, the 
Wolfman, and "James." 



Captains: James Caruso, Brian Greenberg, Chris 
Jacobs, Jeff Piersons 





The Boys' Basketball team entered 
this season with a new coach and 
a new outlook. Coach Andrew 
Mirken worked the team excruciat- 
ingly hard beginning with the first 
practice, which saw lots of 
running, sliding, and puking, at 
least by one particular freshman. 
We entered the season expecting 
a TVL championship and a long 
journey into the state tournament. 
We met one of these goals, 
capturing a TVL co-championship 
with Ashland, despite an early 
tournament exit and a few 
disappointing losses early in the 
season because our school could 
not control its pool's chlorine. 



The Chlorine Incident, 
"Are You Theriouth?" 
James Brown, 
Mirken's pregame 
"talks," Salter's 
practice dunks, the 
Mattahut, 6 Biscuits, 
haircuts, spaghetti 
dinners, conditioning, 
Jason Williams (Chris 
Jacobs), Reed and 
Special K- sober in 
MV?, the Superfans. 



The Fuhrer Award- 
Coach Andrew 
IVIirken. The Oreo 
Award- Eliot Marson. 
The Quick-as- 
Lightning Award- 
Ian Connelly. Most 
Likely to Make a 
Cheesy Marriage 
Proposal- Andrew 
Mirken. 



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No Massasoit? 




Dancing Queen 
Award- Paula 
Sheehan. DMX 
Award- Danielle 
Fitzpatrick. 
Weight Gainer 
Award- Katie 
Holbrook. 
Boyfriend 
Award- Diane 
Cummings. 
Stalker Award- 
All Rose. Smile 
Award- Kerry 
Bergen. Dare- 
devil Award- 
Julie Chace. 



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Bequest to Next Year's Team: Another undefeated season and to make it far in the tournament. 




Captains: Andrea Barr, Molly Howard, Liz Tracey 





The season started off 
strong with us winning our 
first couple of games 
before losing to Notre 
Dame in the Norwood 
tournament. However, this 
would be our only loss of 
the regular season. We 
fought back and won a lot 
of big games against 
Medfield and Hopkinton. 
We thought we had an 
undefeated Tri-Valley 
League season in the bag 
until our last season game 
against Holliston. After 
being down for most of the 
game, we put together a 
comeback to win the game 
by three. We won the 
Westwood tournament and 
headed into the state 
tournament with high 
hopes. We got through 
our first game against St. 
Clare's with no problem, 
winning by forty. In our 
next game we played TVL 
foe Medfield, our third 
meeting with them. We 
were down for the whole 
game until we mounted a 
comeback, but our season 
would end that night to a 
team we had beaten twice 
before. It seemed our 
season ended too soon, 
but with a 20-2 record, we 
really accomplished a lot. 



Most Memorable Game: 
Westwood vs. 
Fontbonne in the 
Westwood Winter 
Classic. It was a close 
game and we pulled 
ahead in the end to win 
the tournament for the 
first time in five years. 




Talks at Danielle's, 
"The Fight," bagels 
and juice, Heal the 
World, "the tunnel," 
"smackdown," 
superfan t-shirts, the 
Big Secret, warm-up 
tape. Super Troop, 
Biff, fans?, team 
parties, head rub, 
soulmates, "bring a 
cup," Katie's left 
hand. 

MVP: Andrea Barr 
Unsung Hero: Katie 
Holbrook 
Sportsmanship: 
Molly Howard 
League All-Stars: 
Andrea Barr, Katie 
Holbrook, Liz 
Tracey, Paula 
Sheehan 
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Keep Ya Butts Up! 





Creative Awards: Baby's Got Back Award- 
Dan Biller. NERD Award- Josh Weinstein. 
Donald James Fedorchuk Memorial Atten- 
dance Award- Jeff Bynum. Team Player 
Award- Mrs. Walsh. Most Likely to Find the 
Oasis- Tiffany Berube. 



MVP: Pat Sagui 

Unsung Hero: Josh Weinstein 

Sportsmanship: Aaron 

Kolodny 

League All-Stars: Jon Dick, 

Pat Sagui, Josh Weinstein 



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Jequest to Next Year's Team: To next year's team we leave the sparkling Speedo, 429,612.5 gallons of water, Timing girls and the Venezuelan vengeance. To 
iJhris Ferrantino, we leave prejudices. 



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Memories: Coach's stock 
market crash of '29. bowling 
with Springer, Joaquin's 
purple thong, Durfee, IVIoon 
Patrol, Cakefest 2000, 
haircuts in the locker room, 
the Machine, Wendy's, 
Wanton soup, NERDS, 
stamps, Hebrew horn, Dradle, 
Havah Nagila, BIG JIM 
SLADE, prejudices, DJ 
Cousin. ..and "No Beaths" (we 
didn't need them!!) 






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Captains; Jonatlian Dicl<, Andy Lucas, Pat Sagui 






This year the viscous 
men's swim team leaped 
out to a petulant lead in 
the Southern Conference 
with lissome wins over 
Cambridge Ringe and 
Latin and North Quincy. 
Sagui didn't score. Our 
avatar of swimming 
prowess coach built us 
ever stronger through 
endless MAWS. Lucas 
and Dick soon started 
sculpting for Cakefest. 
Then a bunch of meets 
happened. We won a lot 
of them. Pasta was 
consumed, cake was 
thrown, glitter speedos 
were passed down, and 
Coach was Coach. 




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We are the Champions! 





Most Dedicated- Dick Ahigian. Best Basketball Players- Nic Goebeler and Coach 
Burke Most Likely to try to set up Hurdles in the Middle of B-ball practice- Dave 
Purpura Most Likely to be .01 second slower- Kieran O Leary. Best Shot Putter- 
Dave Duff Cameo Award- Chris Mclntyre. 



BOYS 
INDOOR 




Captains: Chris Coy, Nic Goebeler, 
Chris Kim 

Senior Standouts: 

Kieran O'Leary, known more for his iron bones than 
his running ability, emerged as a large asset to the 
team in the 600. However, though he gave it his 
all, he always came a bit too short against the 
league champ. 

Dick Ahigian gave his all in the shot put and rarely 
ever missed practice. Sightings of him at practice 
always inspired his teammates. He constantly had 
to be reminded that indoor track was a winter sport 
and that it might be a good idea for him to wear a 
little more than a T-shirt and shorts. 
Sean Lancey was a force on the indoor track. 
Though he rarely scored any points, he was a 
master of the false start and was also one of the 
best at hallway soccer. 



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Bequest to Next Year's Team: To the six of you that are left, make sure that there is a team and keep up the practice tradition. 




With a 4-0 record, we went into our final dual meet against the mighty Medfield 
squad for the Tri-Valley League title. The task appeared daunting as Medfield 
had the clear edge based on times. However, we quickly proved that numbers 
on paper meant nothing, shocking Medfield right from the start as Goebs and 
Kim won the hurdles and the dash, respectively. Distance demons Chris Coy 
and Andrew Carlson went 1-2 in the two-mile, and would later finish the mile in 
similar fashion. The 600 also saw a much needed and very much unexpected 
1-2 finish as Kimbo and Kierbo smoked Grillo on the last lap. Cash also came 
through for us by outdueling Harrington in the 1000. By the time the relay 
came around, we had already defeated the cocky Warriors and were league 
champs. But our 4x400 team cruised to victory also, not allowing Medfield to 
save face and making our victory even sweeter. The TVL title was ours. 




We entered the season not 
knowing what to expect with 
only fifteen kids coming out for 
the team. With an abundance 
of sprinters and Coy and 
Carlsen at distance, there 
remained a void in the middle 
distances. The 600 was aptly 
filled by Chris Kim, who 
"volunteered" to take the 
"small" step up from the 40- 
yard dash, and fellow senior 
Kieran O'Leary, while Cash 
moved up to the 1000. After 
defeating Holliston in our first 
meet, we saw we had scorers 
in every event and could 
contend with anyone for the 
league title. While we cruised 
to victory in our next three 
meets, arch rival Medfield was 
also putting together an 
undefeated season, setting up 
a TVL title-deciding meet in the 
last week. Both teams trained 
hard for the final showdown. 
While Medfield runners worked 
out and ran laps through the 
snow and sleet, we toughed it 
out inside by having team 
wrestling matches and sharp- 
ening our basketball skills. 
With our superb preparation 
and team motto, "Rested Legs 
are the Best Legs," we shocked 
the cocky Medfield team and 
the rest of the league by 
becoming the Tri-Valley 
League Champions. 



TVL CHAMPS, beating 
Medfield, "practice," team fa- 
ball, hallway soccer, 
wrestling, no running in the 
halls, "Mirken's gym," Class 
Ds, beating Medfield, "Why 
is Goebs really practicing?" 
4x400 teams, "Move, your 
ears are in the way!" Kimbo 
and Kierbo going 1-2, Gary 
Burke- TVL champion 
TRACK coach, Brazilian 
hardcore, oh, and did we 
mention beating Medfield? 



MVP: Chris Coy 

Unsung Hero: Nic 

Goebeler 

Sportsmanship: Chris 

Kim 

League All-stars: Conor 

Cashman, Chris Coy, 

Chris Kim, Kieran O'Leary 

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To next year's team, have a great 2001 season, and definitely beat Medfield 
and Manchester. 





Captain: Ariel Hoch 




The Westwood High Girls Tennis team finished their regular season 13-1. After suffering from 
too little practice time at the start of the season, the team quickly picked up their game, dropping 
only one loss to Medfield. The team finished the regular season sharing the Tri- Valley League 
title with Medfield, earning them a 4th seed rank for the tourney. After a bye in the first round, 
they easily beat case 5-0 in the second round of tournament. Westwood then hosted Cohasset, 
and picked up a 3-2 win. The team traveled to the cape for the South-Sectional Semi-Final, facing 
the number 1 seated undefeated Bourne. The team traveled back to Westwood with a 4-1 win, 
and began preparing for the South-Sectional Finals against Medfield. At Medway, the neutral 
site, Westwood defeated Medfield 3-2, earning them the South-Sectional title. Westwood finished 
their tourney run with a 3-2 loss against Manchester in the State Semi-Finals. 

Memories 

Lieb's bagels, long bus rides with stops at BK, sleepovers (with educational talks), "Tennis 2000" 
mix tape, Dunkin Donuts practices 
'■'F-Crew"-Melissa, Kate, and Ari 

Most memorable match 

Westwood High School's girls tennis teams most memorable match was against Medfield. In 
South-Sectional Finals. The two teams had each taken one win against each other during the 
regular season, and both knew that this match could go either way. Although dropping at 1st 
singles and 2nd doubles, Westwood picked up wins at the 2nd and 3rd singles and 1st doubles, 
earning an exciting 3-2 win over Medfield for the South Sectional title. 

M.V.P.: Ariel Hoch and Melissa White 

Sportsmanship: Lizzie Gushing 

League All-Stars: Ariel Hoch, Melissa White, Lizzie Gushing, and Haleh Kazemi 




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Captains: Katie MacDonald and Molly Howard 



Most Memorable Game: The Ashland home game that was dealayed 

for almost an hour. Even though It was delayed we were still able to keep 

our spirits up and our head in the game to win it, WON 1 -0!!!! 

Senior Standouts: Molly Howard- Molly had her best season ever this 

year, both deffensively and offensively. She was a great player and a great 

leader. 

Katie MacDonald- Katie started off with a shoulder injury, but managed to 

stay positive and cheer from the bench until she was able to join her team on 

the field. 



We had a really strong season and fulfilled one of 
our goals-to make tournament. We remained above 
.500 and went through many speed bumps. We had 
a young team and had a first year coach, but we 
were able to stick together and stay strong. We 
became a very close team and had a lot of fun. 
Memories: Easter egg hunt. Spaghetti dinners, 
bus rides, team meetings 

Most likely to stalk freshman- Ali Rose 

Most likely to grunt- Diane Cummings 

Most likely to give Coach the finger- Jenny 

Hannon 

Most likely to cheer- t^elanie Fisher 



M.V.P: Diane Cummings 

Unsung Hero: Lauren McCarthy 

Sportsmanship: Melanie Fisher 

League All-Stars: Diane Cummings, Lauren 

McCarthy, Ali Rose, Kristen Lederhos, Carly 

Weiner 



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Memorable game: The Medfield 
game. With 2 outs in the top of the 7th 
we were up by 5 and Medfield got 6 
runs before the rains came and 
suspended the game. We ended up 
losing the game due to using a 
suspended player. 


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The season started out 
4 and 2. However the 
.500 record slowly 
slipped between our 
fingers, as we dropped 
10 of our last 14 games. 
Despite the 8 and 12 
record we never gave up, 
winning our final game of 
the season against 
canton. 



Awards: Most likely to 
be suspended and then 
play in the next game: 
Joe Santilli 

Most likely to pout: 
Jessie Murray 

Most likely to throw 
tables: Greg Lovett 




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BOYS 
OUTDOOR 




Running away from home 




Captains: Chris Coy, Nic Goebeler, Chris Kim, Dave Purpura 



Coming off a successful indoor season, the outdoor track squad was optimistic about their performance in the spring season. The team had a 
strong group of core runners, who would be among the top in the league in their events, but the field events and depth in general was lacking. 
Despite the fact that the home track had cracks, rocks, dirt, and no lines, the team felt it could have success on the road. The first test was 
Medway/Millis. and though it was fairly close WW came out on top. The team believed the next meet against archhval Medfield would be the 
greatest test. Westwood saw some key performances against a Medfield squad hampered by a couple of injuries and took another victory to stay 
undefeated. Some started to think the idea of a TVL Championship wasn't too far-fetched. Many believed that the following meet with Hopkinton 
would decide it all. Unfortunately, a couple of key runners were unable to attend, numbers were small, and we suffered our first loss of the season. 
After vacation week, we were able to get fairly easy wins at Dover-Sherborn and Ashland, but there were also tough losses to Bellingham and 
Holliston, a meet which came down to the last event. These couple of weeks had also seen the Coaches Invitational, and the 4x200 team crossing 
the line third at the Class D Relays, coming close to a school record. The team finished up the dual meet season in a tie for third at 4-3, but the 
TVL Championship Meet was coming up. Goebeler sprinted to a school record in the 200, Coy made it three straight in the 2-Mile, Kim pulled out 
his best to grab second in the 400. Carson. Carlsen, and Smalls showed promise for the future, and the season ended in style. Not everyone was 
finished yet. for the day after the prom, a few runners went to the Class D State Meet. Coy and Goebs flexed their muscles, placing fifth In their 
respective events, while Carson and Kim gave valiant efforts in theirs. The season had a few disappointments here and there, but it was an overall 
success. At the end. the Seniors had graduated and said goodbye to the TVL, but there are still many new, young faces, which show the future to 
be promising. The tradition continues. 



Best Game Face- Dave Purpura. Cheetah 
Award- Nic Goebeler. Most Likely to Switch 
from the mile to the 100- Bill McHugh. Went 
through the Danger Zone- Carson Brennan. 
Best Lacrosse Player- Bill Ryan. Most Likely to 
Drop his Shorts- Andrew Azeredo. 




Most Memorable Meet: Medfield. Our next door neighbors have 
been our archrival in every sport since our freshman year, but they still 
had not been conquered in the outdoor season. The seniors had tied 
them when they were freshmen, but had lost the two following years, 
leaving them only one more chance. Things looked good from the start 
with Murphy out with mono and Rapa with an ailing hamstring. When 
Harcourt went down with a pulled muscle during the hurdles. Smalls and 
Purps came through with eight points. Westwood also got key perfor- 
mances by Goebs and Carson in the sprints, Kim and Ryan in the 400, 
and Coy and Carlsen in distance. The Wolverines, propelled by a variety 
of athletes, rose up to the occasion and added more injury to the cocky 
Warriors and allowed the seniors to leave with a sweep of Medfield in both 
indoor and outdoor. 






Co-MVPs: Chris Coy, 
Nic Goebeler 
Sportsmanship: 

Dave Purpura 
League All-stars: 

Chris Coy, Nic 
Goebeler, Chris Kim; 
2nd team: Carson 
Brennan, Andrew 
Carlsen 



Memories: Beating 
Medfield AGAIN, Class Ds 
after prom night, 4x200 team, 
"Hey Butler, you're nothin!" 
getting girls' numbers from the 
back of the bus, watching 
Purpura hurdle, 4x100 teams, 
oakleys, Nic's warm-up 
routine, the search for 
throwers, Purps and his 
freshman crew, lying on the 
mats, practice on short 
Wednesdays 

Senior Standouts 

Bill McHugh. a former 
distance runner, didn't like 
running very far so he started 
sprinting. He turned out to be 
a great value in the sprints 
and relays, and could even 
step up to the 800 when he 
was needed. Michuge was 
also a member of the great 
4x2 squad. 

Bill Ryan was a newcomer to 
the track. He thought he 
could probably run one lap 
pretty well, and he did. He 
provided some much needed 
depth in the 400 and the relay. 
He even helped the lacrosse 
team out in a couple games. 




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Bequest to Next Year's Team: Uphold the legacy of the Wolverine- GRRR! 




Senior Standouts: 

A four-year contributor, Cass 
Gutner proved to be more 
than just another cute face. 
She racked up the points in 
the 100, inspired her team- 
mates with her dedication and 
enthusiasm, and did it all with 
a smile. 

Velvet Richardson brought 
her stylish flair to the track 
team, as well as her sweet 
and encouraging personality. 
She was a powerful yet 
graceful hurdler and a 
valuable asset to the 4x100 
relay team. With a bounce in 
her stride and a gleam in her 
eye, she always managed to 
"double up the support" for her 
teammates. 

Although she was secluded in 
the pits, Abby Onderdonk 
made herself known through- 
out the league with her 
powerful voice and jumps. An 
excellent long and triple 
jumper, "Donker" achieved her 
personal bests in both events 
during her senior year. With 
her "tractor trailer mouth" and 
quick wit, she could always 
make her teammates laugh. 
MVP: Cristen Butler 
Unsung Heroine: Katherine 
Riley 

Sportsmanship: Cass Gutner 
League All-Stars: Cristen 
Butler- 800m. 



Memories: Britney Spears, mat 
queens, singing on the bus, 
Westwood's wonderful facilities. 
Class Ds, watching the girls' lax 
team run more than we did, our 
great team unity- pasta dinners, 
Papa Gino's runs, getting toilet 
papered, team visualizations 
before meets, etc. 





This season was definitely one 
to remember. At the beginning 
of the season, Coach Relleva 
announced that it would be his 
last, giving the team motivation 
to send him off with one last 
hurrah. And that we did. The 
incredibly talented seniors led 
by example to show the 
awestruck and bewildered 
freshmen the mysterious and 
magical ways of girls' track and 
field. And with a 3-4 record, we 
really showed the TVL what we 
were made of. Our dominance 
in the league was a product of 
our grueling practices, 
especially the Friday practices 
until sundown. But seriously- 
no matter the outcome of our 
meets, we always managed to 
have fun. And while there will 
be continued success in girls' 
track, Coach Relleva will be 
greatly missed- not only as a 
coach but also as a friend. 




Most IVIemorable Meet: Bellingham. Thrilling one-point victory. Great performances across the board. Enough said. 



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A Bunch of Hacks Playin' LAX 




Captains: Mike Berube, Bud Marsh, 
Buck Pendergast 



Memories: When an anonymous Westwood goalie decided to step it up and volunteer his services for the less 
tenacious attack during a Xaverian game. 

WETCO Awards- Mike Jurovaty and John Maione; as long as there are long bus rides, those two will bring the 
rap Most Likely to Steal the Lollipops at All-You-Can-Eat- Maione. Prettiest dancer on the 

field- Mike Jurovat\', Nastiest shooter- Dave Duff. 

Most memorable game: Our first meeting ever with Saint Peter Marion was at home to our advantage. The 
game went back and forth for three and a half quarters when Saint Peter Marion was able to score, tying the game. 
The game was sent into four gripping, edge-of-your-seat overtimes until Saint Peter Marion scored, needless to say, 
by a lucky goal 



Senior Standouts: 

C/iris Mudarri: A big, goofy kid who tried his butt off to be good at lacrosse (but failed) 
Jeff Piersons: Can't speak English but is one of the most athletic kids in town. 



MVP: Bubba and Buck 

Unsung Hero: Bud Marsh 

Sportsmanship: Jeff Piersons 

League All-Stars: Bubba, Buck Pendergast, John Maione, Dave Duff 




Bequest to Next Year's Team: lots of fun..."uge games" A few losses. The hack job style that comes with the defensive style of Westwood Lax. 



GIRLS 



Chicks with Sticks 




The Westwood Girls' Lacrosse team, after being a varsity team for only three years, established therhselves as a 
force to be reckoned with, ending their victorious season with a record of 13-5. For the second year in a row, 
the girls made it to the state tournament. This year, the team beat Milton in their first tourney game. Making it 
to the second round, the girls lost to perennial powerhouse Needham, who went on to win the tournament. 
This loss did not dampen the team's memories of hard work and a great season. 

Memories: LONG runs, bus rides, beating Milton in the tournament game. Bubbling Brook, Lax parties. 
Most Memorable Game: The Milton Comeback- By halftime of our first tournament game, we were 
down 8-2. Our team just was not working together like we usually do. After a pep talk from our coach, we 
went back out and turned the game around. Each goal we notched produced a victorious uproar from our fans 
We won the game, 10-9! 

MVP: Jess and Lindsay Turk 

Coach's Awards: Anna and Aubrey Cochrane 

League All-Stars: Anna Cochrane, Aubrey Cochrane, Amy Lanning, Christine Ryan 




Bequest to Next Year's Team: We leave to next year's team a defense because the whole defensive team graduated. 



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Best dressed 



SUPERLATIVES 




Best Looking 




Best Smile 




Velvet Richardson, Joe Fierimonte 



Hillary Fix, Steve Mullen I Beth Stoker, James Carusu 



Class Clowns 



Colleen Glennon, 
Tim Farren 



Brenda Walsh & Kelly Taylor 




Wayne and Garth^ 




Priceless personality 




Susie Michelson 
Kate Casolaro 



Tim Farren, Joe Fierimonte 



Amy Baker, 
Manuel Avellan 



Gorgeous gaze 




Most likely to be approved by 

Mom .iiul 1 ' ' 




Abby Killelea , Chris Jacobs 



Lindsay Turk, 
Brian Greenberg 



Best Hair 




Alicia Molloy, Greg Lovett 



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\assie Giitner, Sean Lancey 



Michelle Murphy, 
David Purpura 



Most likely to have their name in lights 




Sara McGowan, Chris Corsi 



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Aiibny Codirniic & Clirb Kim, 
Aiinn Cochrane & Chris Coy 



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Cristeu Butler, 
Jeff Piersoiis 



Most likely to throw a party 




Steph Prniiio, 
Fred Getiuau 



Most athletic 




Andrea Bar, Nic Goebeler 



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Most likely to be 
arrested for a good cause 




Kristin Small, 
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SUPERLATIVES 



Most unique 




Christine Moonei/, Shane Manozzi 



Best actor 




Leslie Harvey 
Andy Lucas 



Most likely not to 
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Sara Sabokrooh, 
Rich Ahi^ian 



Most likely to be in a fender 
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Most known 




Mai/a El-Klioiiri, Jeff Lin 



Lavinia Weizel, 
Mike Benihe 



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Missy Munroe, Pat Sa^^ui 



Ear to the floor 




Jen Bohnn, 
John Cianciarulo 



Class Ninjas 




Devany Rezemies, 
Joaquin Avellan 



Most school spirit 




' Contributed most to class 




Liz Gallagher, Jon Dick I Krystal Law, Ed Nairn 



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Deepti Droimmnrju, Kevin Jurovnty 



Valerie Nasmnn, Sean Morgan 



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Mark J. Griffin , 
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Brian Greenberg, Welcoming Address 



Welcome, Dr. Ash, Mr. Flahive, school committee representatives, family iind friends, to the commencement exercises for the class of 2000. Today 
marks the end of an era. If life were divided logically into separate intervals of time, the four years of high school through which we have just 
traveled would represent the most important period of our lives. Westwood High School has shaped us; it has molded us into the people we will 
be for the rest of our lives. This said, graduation is so much more than the simple conferral of a diploma. It marks the culmination of four years of 
work; four years of reading; four years of learning; four years of competing; four years of winning and losing; four years of boyfriends and 
girlfriends; four years of making and breaking friendships; four years of preparation. In these four years of physical, mental, and social maturing, 
we have become young adults, ready to enter the next stage of our mental, and social maturing, we have become young adults, ready to enter the 
next stage of our lives. Now let me introduce the people who sit before you today. We are scholars; we are athletes; we are artists; we are actors; 
we are comedians; we are musicians; we are pranksters. As we enter the twenty-first century, high school is becoming much less a solely academic 
experience; however, it still remains inherently academic, as the main purpose of high school is education. Whether you're a football player, a 
cellist, a hacker, or a "Damn Yankee", you still wake up every morning to spend the next six and a half hours becoming more educated. Our four 
years have teemed with academic pursuits. Whether enduring hours of painstaking labor from TJB's AP U.S. History Class and Mrs. Kelsch's 
junior English class or focusing on the aestheticism of Ceramics and Studio Art, everyone has completed more than his share of academic pursuits. 
The worth of these pursuits lies in the process. The actual facts that we've learned matter far less than the manner in which we've learned them. 
We are now prepared to continue our learning for the next four years and for the rest of our lives. Those hours spent getting kicked out of the 
Media Center and waking up at 4:00 in the morning to finish a last minute paper have climaxed with this day. However, the countless theses, 
pap>ers, and projects do not capture the entire high school experience. We are more than scholars. We are also athletes, actors, and musicians. The 
last four years have comprised a vast number of athletic contests, some won, some lost. We have experienced Super Bowl Championships in 
football. South Sectional Championships in women's soccer, long tournament runs in men's and women's basketball, and many individual and 
team victories in the pool and on the track. But the real value in athletics lies in its own contribution to education. The victories taught us humility 
and the losses, sportsmanship. Most of all, our efforts on the playing field taught us teamwork and the merits of cooperation. Besides scholars 
and athletes, we are friends. The social pursuits we have made over the last four years will dominate our memories forever. While the quadratic 
formula or the Gettysburg Address may somehow leak from our minds in the distant future, the sight of Mr. WHS contestants eating ice cream 
from unusual places and singing, or trying to sing "Buttercup" will remain with us forever. The grass skirts, leis, and coconut bras from the 
Hawaiian dance, the fireman's foam, a date at Beacon's after Singled Out, proms and post prom parties: these events will never escape our 
memories. Our social endeavors have been perhaps the most important facet of our high school experience. We will forget neither our friends nor 
our enemies, and these interactions will help us in all social situations for the rest of our lives. They had shaped our personalities and attitudes. 
They provide a balance for the hours of quizzes and tests; they place academics in context. These dances, parties, and fundraisers, combined with 
sports and classes, constitute our high school experience. So congratulate us; we've reached the end of the beginning. We've completed our 
preparation. We're ready to enter the next stage of our lives. Today we leave Westwood High with much more than a piece of paper. We leave 
with the knowledge, intellectual and physical maturity, and most of all, friends. When we entered high school, our goal wasn't the receipt of a 
diploma proving that we completed our studies; rather, our goal was to mature physically, mentally, and socially. Today we need to make sure 
we realize just what this diploma includes. Thank you and welcome to the rest of our lives. 






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Izzat Jarudi explained the story of the BUnd Men and the Elephant. It 
is an old Buddhist parable that is retold by the nineteenth-century 
American Poet John Godfrey Saxe. 
Saxe'spoem distinguishes between knowledge and certainty. The blind 
men were inclined to learning. At first they were very curious to under- 
stand what remained a mystery to them. What they lacked was skepti- 
cism; when each accepted a part of the truth that snugly filled the gap in 
his knowledge; he made a comfortable answer, the final answer to his 
question. That was all he needed to feel that he knew everything and so 
that was all the truth that he wanted. 

The parable has more than one message. It can be applied to philosophy 
and politics or to the mysterious all night graduation party that some 
seniors are probably thinking is the enigmatic Elephant. The message 
Izzat wanted to communicate today lies in the first stanza of the poem that 
he read . The learned blind men went to see the Elephant to quickly satisfy 
their minds. Izzat wanted to echo the warning we all have heard from our 
remarkable teachers at Westwood High School: to never be satisfied with 
our understanding. It is a difficult demand for anyone to fulfill but still 
an important everyday struggle. The time we will all continue to give to 
learning after high school should be part of an eternal effort to eliminate 
the blindness that both certainty and ignorance cast on our lives. The 
truly learned man or woman shares Socrates' wisdom: One thing only I 
know, and this is that I know nothing." 




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Special Presentation to the class of 2000 
from the Class of 1950 



Presentation of Gift from WHS Class of 1950 to Class of 2000 

A great nineteenth century philosopher poet, from neighboring Concord, who was 
•the very exemplar of New England virtue, wrote as the final line of a commemorative 
hymn, "From the age that is past to the age that is coming before." 

This choice phrase is most apropos the presence of Mrs.. McCue and myself at 
these, generally, solemn ceremonies, for it is incumbent upon us to explain - briefly - 
the particular significance of this gift from the Class of Nineteen Fifty to the members 
of the Class of 2000 at Westwood High School. 

Let me tell you something of who we are by telling you who we were in nineteen 
fifty. 

We were fifty in number, twenty-five women and twenty-five men. 

We were the last generation of Westwood graduates who were raised in a small 
town, the last before Westwood and Islington became fully suburbanized. 

We were the children of the Depression. When we were little kids, many of our 
parents knew what it was to have no jobs. Yet, year after year, our parents voted in 
town meeting to dedicate a significant part of their resources to our education. 

We were raised in the traditions of the America formed by the Civil War, which 
had ended only sixty-eight years (the span of our present lives) before we were born. 
We remember participating, as Brownies and Cub Scouts, in Memorial Day Ceremo- 
nies alongside the last surviving veteran of the Union Army. 

Some of us were from families many generations in New England, and some of us, 
also, were first-generation children, whose parents had come from Lithuania, 
England, Sweden, Italy and Nova Scotia to live in Westwood and Islington. 

We spent our preteen years in a world at war and saw our fathers and our brothers 
march off from the Dedham Courthouse to fight against the curses of fascism and 
racism, and in defense of our liberties. Two of us lost beloved older brothers in the 
awful conflict known as World War II. 

Our high school years were lived under the shadow of the early part of the Cold 
War. One of our classmates died in Korea, a victim of that conflict, and many of us 
served, after high school or college, in the armed forces of this nation. One of our 
female classmates made an honorable career serving in the United States Marine 
Corps, and another was an "officer and a gentleman," serving with great distinction in 
the nuclear submarine force of the United States Navy. 

We had fun. We fielded football, baseball and basketball teams of first-rate 
athletes whose records, like yours, show more wins that losses over our four years, 
including the Tri-Valley baseball championship. Our class play was a real Broadway 
comedy. Arsenic and Old Lace, fully staged with rented scenery to make it thoroughly 
authentic. Ours was the first Westwood High School Band (all ten or twelve of us). 
Among the cars we drove were a wartime surplus Jeep, and a 1936 eight-cylinder 
Packard coupe, and a 1939 Buick Roadmaster sedan. We raised money for the first 
bleachers down at what is now the Thurston Middle School, but when the time came 
to make a class gift, our treasury was empty, the money probably having been spent 
for our class party at old Mrs. Fearing's estate on Fox Hill Street. 



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Richard Ahigiantolby-Sawyer College 
Aamina Akram University of Connecticut 
Joaquin Avellan Northeastern University 
Manuel Avellan Northeastern University 
Amy Baker Boston College 

Brian Baldassari Northeastern University 
Jennifer Barger Framingham State College 
Andrea Barr Framingham State College 
Mark Barravecchio Stonehill College 
Thomas Beigbeder WPI ^ 
Michael Berube Scared Heart University 
Jennifer Bohan University of New Hampshire 
Robyn Burman Bridgewater State College 
Cristen Butler University of Pennsylvania 

James Caruso Bridgewater State College 

Matthew Caruso Northeastern University 
Katherine Casolaro Vassar College ' ^ ^ 

Joseph Cecala University of New Hamp- 

shire 

Gretchen Chambersjames Madison University 
Tpresa Chiariello Champlain College 
Jo*hn Cianciarulo UMass-Boston 
^ Arvna Cochrane Wheaton College * - 

Aubrey Cochrane Wheaton College 
Megari^o/fey UMass-Amherst 

Christopher Corsi WPI 
Christopher Coy WPI 

Cheryl Cullinane Framingham State College 
Jonathan E^k UMass-Amherst 

Deepti Dronamraji Wellesley College 
Christina Duff Kent Scholl 
Maya El-Khouri Bentley College 
Timothy Farren UMass-Dartmouth 
Cory Fazio 'Ithaca College 

Deirdre Feeney Northeastern Ufthieisity 
Joseph Feirmonte Norwich University 
Lisa Filbin Dean College \ 

Abigail Fine Bridgewater State College 
Hillary Fix Lfftiyersity of New Hampshire 

Elizabeth GalJagherUniversity of New^Hamp- 
shire' 

Fredrick Getman Wheaton College i 
Colleen Glennon Babson Co^ege 
Nicolaus Goebeler Undecicled "* 
Julianne GoodfellovV . College of the Holy 

, Cross 

Nicholas Grabau Undecided 
Brian GreenbergHarvard University 
Mark J. Griffin Lyndon State College 
Mark W. Griffin UMass-Dartmouth _ 
Aubrey Guastalli Northern Arizoiva OnKersity ^. 
Cassidy Gutner Skidmore College 
Lindsey Hall Franklin Pierce College 
Michael Harrison Union College 
Leslie Harvey UMass-Amherst 

Amy Henes Amherst College 
Ariel Hoch Columbia University 

Molly Howard Bridgewater State College 

Christ^her Jacobs Quinnipiac College 
Izzat Jarudi M.I.T. 



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Kevin jiirovaty Evangel University 



Timothy Kadehjian University of New Hampshire 

Kristen KarMotias Curry College 

Courtney Kenney Framingham State College 

Noor-ISahr Khan UMass-Amherst 

Abby Killelea , Wellesley College 

Amy Killelea Srriith College 

Christopher Kim Columbia University 

Kathryn Ladouceur Plymouth State University 

Katherine Lake Mt. Holyoke College 

Sean Lancey College of the Holy Cross 

Amy Lanning Western Reserve Academy 

Krystal Law Harvard University 

Hee Kwi Lee UMass-Amherst 

Georgeanna Lent Boston College 

Andrew Lucas Washington University 

Katie MacDonald Westfield State College 

Paul Maricuso Johnson & Wales 

Matthew Manozzi Bridgewater State College 

Gregory Marsh Westfield State College 

Liz MeDonough University of New Hampshire 

Michael McGillvrayBentley College 

Sara McGowan College of the Holy Cross 

William McHugh WPI 

Jennifer Mellor Bentley College 

Daniyar Menne Syracuse University 

Susan Michelson Skidmore College 

Alicia Molloy Northeastern University 

Christine Mooney American Corps 

Stephanie Morales Undecided 

Sean Morgan Undecided 

Christopher Mudarri UMass-Dartmouth 

Stephen Mullen Quinnipiac College 

Melissa Munroe Plymouth State College 

Michelle Murphy Santa Clara University 

Edward Naim Harvard University 

Valerie Nasman Word of Life Bible Ipst. 

Ryan O'Connor Fairfield University 

Kieran O'Leary Westfield State College 

Abby Qnderdonk University of Michigan 

Trust Opara Cornell University 

Kelly O'Reilly Miami University ^t Ohio 

Brian Osganian Bryant Colle^ 

Jeffery Piersons Quinnipiac College '^ 

Stephanie Praino Bates CoUegv 

John Primpas Bryant College 

David Purpura Purdue University v^ 

Devany Rezendes ^UMass-Amherst v ^ -* 

James Ricciato Boston College -,^ \ 

Velvet Richardson School of Museum of Fine Arts ^ 

Lisabeth Rooney Westfield State College ^ ^ 

William Ryan Bentley College 

Sara Sabokrooh Framingham State College ^ 

Patrick Sagui Wheaton College ^' 

Toyin Saheed Northeastern University 

Jennifer Schwartz . Union College 

Rachel Sciaba Boston University Alison Scoble 

WPI 
James Shaw Fitchburg^State CollegeKristin Small 

Wesleyan University 
Polly Smith Colgate UniversityMeredith Spinnato 
Manhattanville College 

"Elizabeth Stoker Trinity CollegeElizabeth Tracey Worces- 
ter State Coff^ge 

Jessica Turk .Wellesley CollegeLindsay Turk 
Princeton University 
Lavinia Weizel Dartmouth CollegeThomas White 

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E<V>n Yarian Bryant Coilegi^lexis Zeiden 
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I, Aamina Akram, leave to Chris Kelly, Catherine, Eoghan, Erin, Morgan, Beth, and Becky the awesome memories of Paris. 

I,Joaquin Avellan, leave to Andres (Aqui) the ratmobile and all the noxious tumes emmited from it. 

I, Manuel Avellan, leave to Andres the K of the K~N posse, and its leadership ability, also the RaTt Mobile, may it ride in peace. 

I, Jenn Barger, leave to Plunkett my every day complaint about this school, Jen C. IJeave my every complaint about Bob, and to 

everyone else you get didley squat oh and Julie, give me back my darn sweatshirt! 

I, Andrea Barr, leave to my brother Peter, the Neon; to Ian Connelly, my heart; to Ali Rose, my orange stuff and Danielle, DMX. 

I, Tom Beigbeder, leave to everyone a useless webpage and to Mrs. Staiti a short attention span. 

I, Bubba, leave to my sister Tiffany Berube the lunchbox and all its parts. To Plunk, money for help (mental help) after our great 

Chem. and Bio. Classes, she needs it. 

1, Robyn Burman, leave to the class of 2001, the joy of trying to find a parking spot within fair walking distance. I leave the field 

hockey players the endless circuit run. 

1, Cristen Butler, leave to Pete K. a rainy night; to Jon M. and Derek O. Buckmaster; and Meghan K. Hooper St. memories. 

1, John Cianciarulo, leave to my brother: Locker #678, Marc B.: the change machine, Meg: A 2 on the fitting room door. Teachers: A 

smile and a laugh; Mrs. Runci: the humor, quotes, physical motions, and good times that have shaped our lives. 

I, Teresa Chiariello, leve to Meghan Kehoe, our "quality" woodshop projects. 

I, Anna Cochrane, leave to my brother Jake: the white mystery; the girls soccer and lacrosse teams: winning seasons. 

I, Aubrey Cochrane, leaev to Meg H. memories of the white mystery & the actual car if she wants it, and to Jake, Mom & Dad's 

love and attention all to himself. 

I, Megan Coffey, leave to Marc, the pit, to Kimmy and Lauren, the patience for another year, and to Rachel S., a bottle of degreaser. 

I, Christopher Coy, leave to Mark Harrison my English skills, to Carlson, the joy of the double, and to Cash, a razor. 

I, Cheryl Cullinane, leave to Jenny Hannon our amusing car rides, to Rebecca Schwartz MY blue shirt, and to both, gas money for 

EVERY weekend at Framingham. 

I, Maya El-Khouri, leave to Jen Close my driving record. 

1, Cory Fazio, leave to Ken Wan the Power of the N in the K~N posse. Bill Costanza my excess slacking ability. 

1, Deirdre Feeney, leave to future science classes that 1 am a lawyer, and a lawyer 1 shall remain. 

1, Lisa Filbin, leave to Carly, Crystal, Anna, Mary, Hillary & Christine- Christy's, Oski- talk rides, Billie- might max, Nicole- BB. 

1, Julianne Goodfellow, leave to my sister Katie the much-respected role as third parent and the luxurious blue station wagon. 

1, Brian Greenberg leave to Ian Connelly and the mouche crew a TVL title, the mirk, and a juvenile CD; and to Elliot Marson my 

ups and my J. 

1, Mark W. Griffin, leave to my brother Matt, many years of safe driving, and to my parents, the joy of my success. 

1, Cassidy Gutner, leave to the Girls Indoor Track team the power to win, and to Brittany & Nicole the power of a Stage Manager. 

1, Lindsey Hall, leave to Tiff Berube the high soprano notes in chorus, Tanya Crosby the awesome name "Julie", gold hoop 

earrings & my locker #1416. And to Kris Scoble, all the guy troubles, and my # at FPC. 

I, Leslie Harvey, leave to Joey Cullinane the traditional theater quote. 

I, Amy Henes, leave to Emily Frost, dreams of sultry sheep, to Christine Ryan, another rock to defend her, and to my brother 

Brian, Mom's undivided love and attention. 

I, Ariel Hoch, leave to my little sister, Molly, four great years at WHS, and Mom and Dad's watchful eye. And to the Girls' Tennis 

Team fun times with Liebs and lots of bagels. 

I, Molly Howard, leave to Suzy her own personal chauffeur; Diane, club 18 and Carly-the red Mitsubishi. 

I, Chris Jacobs, leave to all underclassmen Respect for seniors every where. 

I, Kristen Karafotias, leave to my brother Peter a memory to treasure years in high school with your friends. Love Always, Kristen. 

I, Abby Killela, leave to Becky and Beth: Sketchy French guys; Field hockey team: a winning season and another trip to tourney. 

Good Luck! 

I, Amy Killelea, leave to the field hockey team a few wins and a fun time running the circuit. 

I, Christopher Kim, leave to David Duff a little black book for all his ladies, to Cash the ability to hang out at track, and to Martin 

the strut and a pair of boxers for midnight runs. 

I, Greg Marsh, leave to anyone who appreciates a majestic automobile, the memory of the silver bullet. 

I, Jeffrey Lin, leave to the school tire tracks and a cloud of radial dust in the parking lot. 

I, Katie Mac Donald, leave to my brother Matt car rides to school, and to the Softball team, fun practices, and to my ceramics 

partner Carson, fun projects. 




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I, Andy Lucas, leave to Chris Ferrentino the ~. To the freshmen 4 years of hell and to that Dan a heavily frosted sheet cake. 

I, Elizabeth McDonough, leave to Michael Jurrovati my intense wood skills. Good Luck! 

1, Michael McGillvary, leave to Ms. Plunkett my periodic table, and to no one, my sister. 

I, Sara McGowan, leave to my brother Chris, the McGowan smarts, and to Joanna Eng 1 leave the title of "Destroyer". 

I, Bill McHugh, leave to David Duff my mojo, jigginess, and undying funk/smoothness. To the indoor track team, the memory 

of being champs. 

I, Susie Michelson, leave to Laura the uncanny knowledge the next three years will undoubtedly entail (life in the circus ain't 

easy), and to Joey a little grace and all that jazz. 



ability to check her pulse. To Ms. Plunkett I leave my special test-taking seat of honor. And finally to "Charlie" Kacamburas my 

hallway and height. 

I, Jeff Piersons, leave to nobody my little sister Elizabeth. 

I, Stephanie Priano, leave to Christine Ryan, numerous shut out seasons, and my rhythm, soul, and phat dance moves; to 

Suzanne Caruso, a list of losers to avoid; and to Ursula and my Don-Don, the purple Jeep. 

1, John Primpas, leave to Carson Brennan "my hustle points" and to Mr. Kacambures "my car" Trans Am. 

1, David Purpura, leave to Steve Small and Mike Springer, ten ancient hurdles, one of which is bloodstained, and the hope that 

one day they will have a track that doesn't cause shin splints. 

I, Devany Rezendes, leave to Becky the foxy ladybug, Meg the fun run and 27 year olds, Rae daiquiris in Florida, and Christine 

my sexy ability to seduce frosh. 

I, Lisabeth Rooney, leave to Rachel Sciaba all Alissa's memories with Chris and another lock for her locker. To Sheila the rest of 

my doctor's notes. 

1, Pat Sagui, leave to Meghan Kehoe a band-aid. Josh Weinstein my swimming ability, Phat Dan a pair of Jumper cables and a 

can of paint. 

1, Alison Scoble, leave to Tiffany Berube, the awesome Foxy name and my locker; to Nicki Pirello, I leave Dave Matthews; to 

Tanya Crosby, my sexy dancing skills; and to Kristin Scoble, my crazy skiing skills. 

I, Jim Shaw, leave to James O'Conner my freshness, my amazing turntable skills, and the Regulataz legacy. To Tiffany Berube I 

leave a catcall. 

I, Kristin Small, leave to Joey all the auditions in the world, Cathrine, Heather, Erin, and Morgan the power of woman, and to 

my brother the track star, the excellence of being a Small. 

I, Elizabeth Tracey, leave to Gina Oliveri, a memorable senior year; to my brother, David, the best of luck and to both of them, 

all my love, always. 

I, Jessica Turk, leave to the Holdens the honor of being the last remaining twins on Salisbury Dr., to Shanks a sloppy mud fight, 

and to Christine Ryan good luck between the pipes. 

I, Lindsay Turk, leave to Christine a new defense for soccer, to Shanks unique "questions of the day" and to Student Council: 

good luck. And Danielle, keep up the De De! 

I, Lavinia Weizel, leave to James O'Conner many pit band shenanigans, to Tanya & Tiffany a chance to shine & to Mala the bio 

club, the yearbook & all my best wished for the future. 

I, Tom White, leave to Chris Jordan, Josh Lennon, and Corey Sullivan the headlining spot at Battle of the Bands. 

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r I, Edward Naim, leave to the class of 2001 my self-reserved parking sport next to the pool entrance. Because of my early-bird I ^V 

^M hours, everyone has admired it, but few have beaten me to it. \^ ^ 

^' I, Valerie Nasman, leave to Chris Davidson three more years of fun at WHS. Aubrey GuastUi and Kevin Jurovaty many years of ^""^ 

success, and to Mr. Dore, many more years of teaching. l^W 

I, Ryan O'Conner, leave to Steve Kouri my superior tennis skill. \ \ 

I, Brian Osganian, leave to Kristyn Osganian the right and honor to use my name as "Oski". I also leave to Kerri Scales the X^ 

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Senior Surveys 

45% of the Class of 2000 applied to anywhere 
from 4 to 6 colleges 
55% were accepted to between 1 and 3 
85% of seniors have left school illegally, but 
only 10% have been caught 
While 23% of the class prefers the Islington 
Dunkin' Donuts, 50%^ prefer the Dunkin' Do- 
nuts on Route 109 

While only 26% of the Class of 2000 smokes, 
70%r admits to drinking 
40% of the Class of 2000 has been tardy be- 
tween 1 and 19 times, 11% 20 to 39 times, and 
17% 80+ times! 

But 5 angels exist who have never once been 
late to school! 

Of the 110 people to which it applied, only 7 
people adhered to the rules set out by the Mas- 
sachusetts Graduated Licensing Law 
65%^ of our class has attended anywhere from 
one to ten concerts 

While only 1% of the class admits to spending 
two to three hours on homework per night, 24% 
admit to spending at least two hours on the 
phone! 

The Class of 2000's fondest memories include 
parties, proms, leaves, the fire, sports, and the 
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Robyn Burman 





Mike Berube 



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Anna Cochrane 




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Chris Coy 




John Dick 



Maya El-Khori 





Deepti Dronamraju 





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Hillary Fix 



Elizabeth Gallagher 




Colleen Glennon 




Cassidy Gutner 





Julianne Goodfellow 




Lindsey Hall 




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Leslie Harvey 



Amy Henes 




Ariel Hoch 



Chris Jacobs 






Molly Howard 




Kristen Karafotias 




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Chris Kim 



Abby Killelea 




Amy Killelea 




Krystal Law 




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Kieran O'Leary 




Kelly O'Reilly 




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Bill Ryan 



Jen Schwartz 





Rachel Sciaba 



Alison Scoble 





Kristin Small 



Polly Smith 





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Beth Stoker 



Liz Tracey 





Jessica Turk 



Lindsay Turk 





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Deuany Rezendes 




Dt'vany 

Aim high and follow your dreams! 

We are so proud of who your are and congratulate you 

on what you ivill become. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Laryssa 




Brian Greenberg 

Brian, 
Congratulations! 

We are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Lauren and Jill 



Teresa Chiariello 




Congratulations, Angel Face! 

We are so proud of you. Remember zuho you are! 
Love Mom & Dad 



michelle murphy 



Lindsey Hall 




Congratulations, Michelle 

We are all very proud of you. 
Yie wish you much success and happiness. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad 

and John 




Lindsey, 

Congrattdations on all of your accomplishments. 
We are so proud of you and wish you the best of 
luck with continued success and Itappiness. 

We love you! 
Mom, Michael. Nana & Grampa 



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Rachel Sciaba 




You have accomplished so much in 
your life; and you have always made 
us so proud to be your parents. 

''Always" reach for those stars 
- Shine! 

You are ''Awesome!'' 



We love you Always! 



Mom, Dad, Leah 
and Andrew 



Rachel^ 

Great Job! 




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Amy 6 nbby KiUelea 



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AMY & ABBY 



Oh the places you'll go! 

Congratulations! 

Today is your day. 

You're off to great places! 

You're off and away! 

You have brains in your head. 

You have feet in your shoes. 

You can steer yourself 

any direction you choose... 

...Yes! You will indeed (98 and 3/4 percent 

guaranteed.) 

KIDS YOU'LL MOVE MOUNTAINS! 



So... be your name Amy or 
Abby or Sahr, 
Tree, Mac or Lex we 
You're off to Great Places! 
Your mountain is waiting 
So... get on you way! 



Love, Mom & Dad 









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Fred Getman 

Congratulations Fred! 



Your intelligence, 

enthusiasm, energy and 

sense of humor will serve 

you will as you leave one 

phase of your life and go to 

meet the challenges and 

joys of the next. 

Much love and luck. 
Mom and Dad 




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Robyn Burman 




Never stop striving for what you loant. 

Your greatest dreams lie at the end of the rainbow. 

Always keep your positive attitude and maintain your 

unique personality. 

Love 
Mom & Dad 



Sara lUcGouian 




Sara, 
We'll ahvays be there to give you a hand! 

Good Luck! 

We love you, 
Mom, Dad, Courtney & Christian 



Gretchen Chambers 



Gregory Louett 





Congratulations on all you accomplishemts. 
We are so proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Katie 



Greg, Congratulations to You and to the entire Class of 2000! 

We are so proud of you! 
May all you dreams come true! 
God bless you! 

Love always. 
Mom, Dad, Laurie, Heidi and Dennis Jr. 



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niaya El-Khouri 




Maya, 



VVe are so proud of all that you 

have accomplished. 
LOU mean the world to us, 

and we love you very much, 
y^ongratulations for your achievement 

and the best of luck with all of 

your success. 



Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Beth Stoker 




Beth, 



l\oses are red 
Your eyes are blue 
It won't be the same here 
Next year xintlwut you! 



Love, 
Mom, Dad and Jon 



Kristen Katafotias 




Kristen, 

It hasn't ahvai/s been easy, 

but you've met the chaUeii;^e ami achieved your goals. 

Congratulations! 

We love you! 

Dad & Mom 



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mark Griffin 

Congratulations Mark! 

Mn\/ till your challenges and ivilderness experiences lead you to new summits 
ivith clearer views.Go for it!!! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Ted & Pam 




Congratulations Class of '00 and Best Wishes 



Many thanks WHS Staff for all your devoted efforts. 



StezK' and Marge Griffin 



Hmy Lanning 





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Congratulations! 

Best of luck and much happiness to you. 

We love you! 

Mom. Dad, Sarah and Becca 



Stephen niullen 






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Steve, 

Congratulations on a great achievements. 
We know you'll accomplish great things 



Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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Dear Kate, 



Here's looking at you, kid! 
\Ne are so proud of you. 
May you future be as bright and 
sunny as Wellfleet in August! 



All our love. 
Mom, Dad and Sarah 



Jennifer mellor 




Congratulations! 

We are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished. 
We wish you the best of luck and success in you future. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Hugh, 

Katherine and Jonathan 



Andrea Barr 



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A)Hirea, 

We are so proud of you. 

Keep it up! 

Love you lots! 

Mom, Dad, Erica, and Pete 




Aamina 

The sky is the limit. 

With all of God's 
blessittgs may you 
ahcays sore with 
the eagles. 

We love you, and 
i/ou are our pride. 



Mom, Dad, 

Sliczad mid 

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Deirdre Feeney 




Deirdre, 

Congratulations to a great daughter. 
You've been a joy and a blessing in our lives. 
Wishing you the best of luck. 



Love Always, 

Mom and 

Dad 



flbby Onderdonk 




Congratulations 
Abby! 



You've grown from 

a baby 

to a young lady 

Best of luck 
in the future! 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Sara, & Mark 




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Liz, 

jLou will always be 
our angel with the 
glistening eyes. 



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Liz Tracey 




tollow your dreams 
and reach for the stars! 

Congratulations! 

W/e love you 
Mom, Dad, David, 
Grammy and Grandpa 



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Elizabeth mcDonough 



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Liz, 
Best wishes. 

You continue to bring us pride and joy. 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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Liz, 

Thanks for being a great sister and friend. 

Love, Will and John 



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Ryan O'Connor 



Ryan, 
Congratulations on all that 

you have done. 

We wish you the best of luck in 

you college years. 

As always we will be your 

cheering section! 

We miss you already! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Katie, Meme & 

Rocky 





Have Fun! 
Study Hard! 
Enjoy Life! 




r BILL RYAN, RYAN O'CONNOR. BRIAN BALDASSARI 
TIM FARREN. MARK BARRAVECCHIO 



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Hmy Baker 





Amy, 

The first dance is done so keep on peddling. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 



Love, 
Mom & dad 



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niexis Zeiden 







Lexi, 

Your eyes twinkled with 
humor the day you ivere 
born. 

You laughed out loud he- 
fore we celebrated you two 
month birthday. 

Live your life with thissame 
light heartedness and what 
you love will be your work 
and your work will he your 
success. 

That success will lead you t 

full circle back to your hap- 
piness. 

You will always be the light 
in our eyes. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

Mom, Dad, and Jenn 




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Joseph Fierimonte 




Joey, 
Best wishes for 

continued 

success! 

We love you! 

Mom, Chip 

and Brian 




michael Harrison 




Dear Michael, 
Hope you college experience and future is filled 
with opportunity, success and happiness. 
Congratulations! 

We love you. 
Mom, Dad and Alena 



Chris mudarri 




Congratulations Chris! 

We love you and 
wish you every success 

and happiness. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Shelley 



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Amy and Colleen 

May the bonds of friendship of you youth 
continue for a lifetime. 

Love, 
From your families 




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molly Howard 




Molly, 



Liook how you've grown! 
Good luck in the future. 
I he best is yet to come. 
\N e're so proud of you. 
We love you so much. 



Dad, Mom, Amy, Tracy, 

Carly, 

Andrew & Dan 



Hriel Hoch 




Congratulations, Ari! 

You have given us many proud moments. 

Keep up the good work and all the best to you as you 

embark in this next journey of life! 

We love you. 
Mom, Dad, Beka and Molly 



Lauinia UJeizel 




Dear Lnvinia, 

When you were just a little 
girl, I tucked you into bed. 
And whispered special ivords 
to you. Remember what I 
said? 

Well, as I think of you today, 
I see my ivords were true. 

Beautiful , brilliant , awesome. 

("Don't forget fantastic. 
Mummy"), All describe youl 



So take those words, 

And all my words. 

With you as you go. 

Remember that I said them. 

Because I love you so... 

Congratulations, 
We are so proud of you! 



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